Centre may bar airport ground-handling agencies majority-owned by foreign entities

The government plans to bar ground handling agencies that are majority-owned by foreign entities from operating at civil enclaves or airports belonging to the armed forces. The proposal is part of the detailed set of draft regulations for ground handling services issued by the Civil Aviation Ministry.

Besides, the ministry has proposed barring foreign airlines from carrying out “self-handling” at any domestic airport. The ministry has come out with the draft norms in accordance with the National Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP). Read More…



Credit By: Financial Express

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