India, Poland To Join Hands To Boost Civil Aviation

India and Poland are signing an MoU for cooperation in civil aviation, according to an India Times report.

The five-year agreement is aimed at bringing the two countries into recognition of the mutual benefits of cooperation, especially in improving regional air connectivity in India.

The deal is also expected to see the two countries acknowledging the benefits of environmental testing and approvals for flight simulators, aircraft maintenance facilities, maintenance personnel and aircrew members. Read More…

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