Indian Government Introduces Policy to Accelerate Growth of Drone Pilot Training Organisations

01st Aug 2022

A conditional exemption was granted by the Civil Aviation Ministry to the Indian Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to fast track the processing of applications for authorization of remote pilot training organizations. 

Stipulated in the Drone Rules is that any person who intends to obtain authorization that will provide for the establishment of a remote pilot training organization must submit an application to the Indian DGCA, addressed to the Director General, thru DigitalSky platform. 

The authorization, accordingly, is done through emails. The applicant must have successfully submitted all documentary requirements. Collection of fees may also be done through suitable means.

This forms part of the decentralized drone pilot certification as India is proactive in supporting its drone sector.

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