Don't Allow Unapproved Charters From UAE To Land: Aviation Regulator To Airport Authority

The Airports Authority of India manages most airports and ATCs within the nation. (Representational)

New Delhi:

Constitution flights coming from the UAE that do not need approval from the state authorities involved in India should not be allowed to land right here, aviation regulator DGCA informed the Airports Authority of India (AAI) on Wednesday.

“It has been seen that a few of the constitution flights from UAE to India didn’t have requisite Indian state consent required for the operation of such flights,” the Directorate Basic of Civil Aviation (DGCA) mentioned in a letter to the AAI.

“In view of the above, it has been determined that the airline shall submit the approval of the involved state authorities to the ATC (air visitors management) of the purpose of vacation spot previous to their departure from airports in UAE,” it added.

The AAI manages a lot of the airports and their ATCs within the nation.

“ATC shall not enable the arrival until the above approval is supplied to them,” the DGCA mentioned.

India resumed home passenger flights from Might 25 after they have been grounded for 2 months as a result of coronavirus pandemic.

Scheduled worldwide passenger flights proceed to stay suspended in India since March 23. Nonetheless, worldwide constitution flights authorised by the DGCA are allowed to function.

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