DGCA issued operating certificate to Fly91 aircraft

The new aircraft operator Fly91 has been granted the approving certificate by issuing civil aviation authority DGCA [Directorate General of Civil Aviation] to commensurate its commercial operations.

DGCA issued operating certificate to Fly91 aircraft

Air operator Goa-based Just Udo Aviation Pvt Ltd. has been granted the certificate which marks the completion of all regulatory and compliance requirements for the airline to begin its aviation activities. The Goa-based airline has already been allocated its first set of routes under the government’s regional air connectivity scheme UDAN, under which the airline will connect Sindhugarh, Jalgaon, Nanded in Maharashtra, and Agatti in Lakshadweep.

The aircraft board aims to plan out and strengthen last-mile connectivity by including 50 cities across India in its network in the next five years while adding 30 more aircraft into its fleet in the future.

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The airboard is expected to provide a seamless traveling facility to passengers to cater short distance segments and connect underserved places that are not viable enough for huge airline operations. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation is the regulatory body in the field of Civil aviation primarily dealing with safety issues.

 

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It is responsible for the regulation of air transport services to/from/within India and for the enforcement of civil air regulations, air safety, and airworthiness standards.

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