Indian Remote Pilot Training Organization (RPTO) / Drone Training Academies Grow to 31

17th Oct 2022

Chennai, India-headquartered drone start-up, Garuda Aerospace has received the necessary approvals from the Indian DGCA to secure its Remote Pilot Training Organization (RPTO) approval – becoming the 31st training organisation (RPTO) in India to get this approval.

“As drone tech experts, we at Garuda Aerospace aim to aid and empower the agri economy with state-of-the-art solutions for age-old issues. The approval from DGCA is empowering as it presents an opportunity to further showcase our strength as India’s leading drone expert. We have always believed that India’s agri economy has tremendous potential that is yet to be unlocked. With this approval, we are certain that we will be able to utilise our skillset and help the sector grow significantly,” said Agnishwar Jayaprakash, CEO and Founder, Garuda Aerospace.

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