ICAO Audit Of Indian Civil Aviation Sector To Begin Next Week


ICAO Audit

UN watchdog ICAO will start its safety oversight audit of India’s aviation sector from November 6 and the team is likely to review the functioning of various operators, including GoAir, according to officials.

The audit by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) is crucial for the fast-growing Indian aviation sector as the findings carry a lot of weight globally.

This also comes at a time when India has emerged as one of the fastest growing domestic aviation markets in the world, clocking double-digit growth for 37 straight months till end of September this year. Read More…

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