It is a good news for people who love to travel through airlines in India with the new national civil aviation policy to be submitted to the Union Cabinet fights now will not exceed airfare more than Rs 2,500 per passenger for one-hour flights. This step was taken to promote regional connectivity. This will be a game changer in aviation industry Nation wide.
The policy would be most probably out within a fortnight. The draft is finalized and will be sent to Cabinet by tomorrow. There are near about 22 items in the policy.
If the policy is approved new carriers like AirAsia India and Vistara – both are operated by the Tata Group via joint ventures with forigen carriers to operate internationally. This is one of the much awaited policy, such as conditions related to permission for domestic airlines to fly abroad.
India has signed ASAs or bilateral traffic rights with 109 countries covering aspects relating to number of flights, seats, landing points and code-share.