Indian Aviation Minister Says India’s Drone Pilot Training Fee Will Decrease

30th May 2022

India’s Drone Pilot Training fees are set to decrease in 3-4 months as more drone schools have been approved by the regulator, said Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia. For the past five months, India DGCA has certified 23 drone schools.

“You said the fees of a drone pilot course is currently quite high. You should not worry at all. As the number of schools keep increasing, the cost of training drone pilots will keep decreasing,” said Scindia.

“So, now, the DGCA will only certify drone schools, and it is the drone school concerned which will grant certificates to pilots. We have completely removed bureaucracy from this process,” the Minister emphasized.

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