Upcoming government needs to do much more for aviation: Experts

The new Indian government coming to power will need to do much more for the country’s aviation sector than its predecessor did in the last five years, said industry experts and airline executives. 

The priority for the new government—predicted by many Exit Polls to be formed by BJP in its second consecutive win after 2014–should include a review of the aviation policy introduced in 2016. The government should address most aspects, especially the regional connectivity scheme, bilateral

Policies and airport infrastructure, industry experts said. Separately, there must also be fresh measures to deal with airline failures, given almost every new regional carrier failed to take off and India’s oldest airline Jet Airways grounded operations for want of funds.  Read More

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