India’s Parliamentary Panel on Transport Urges the Ministry of Civil Aviation to Set More Flight Schools

India’s Parliamentary Panel on Transport, Tourism and Culture, through its report on Demands for Grants (2022-2023) of the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) recommended to the latter the establishment of more flight schools in the country emphasizing the need for pilots. Flight schools may be established in various parts of the country in order to cope up with the demands of the industry and employ the youth.

The MoCA has approached the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas and state governments on the reduction of GST on AvGas and funding support to FTOs.

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