Indian Regulator DGCA announces ‘on demand’ licence exams for pilots

02nd Nov 2021

Currently examinations and license issuance is done four times per year and this will be increased to monthly written examinations. Additionally, the Indian DGCA will offer its new online on demand examination booking platform which will operate on a first come first serve basis and initially just for its New Delhi center. In addition to this announcement, the Rajya Sabha Committee on Transport, Tourism and Culture released a report with a recommendation to establish a flight school in each state.

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