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Indian Operators Campaign for Increase in Minimum Altitude

Indian Operators Campaign for Increase in Minimum Altitude

The lack of implementation of the 2015 Directorate General of Civil Aviation proposal of increasing the height at which helicopters are allowed to fly over Mumbai and Navi Mumbai has helicopter pilots and operators very upset. They met on Tuesday to discuss the issue. The increase from 500 to 1000 feet was scheduled in August… Read more »

Source: HeliHub.com, 02-Jan-17

Heli-Tourism Plan waits for DGCA

Heli-Tourism Plan waits for DGCA

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has not yet given clearance on the proposed project of heli-tourism between Vizag and Araku. As reported by Times of India, the DGCA inspected the helipad site and gave suggestions on changes they could make with regards to the helicopter services that are being planned. Meanwhile┬áin Vuda, the… Read more »

Source: HeliHub.com, 12-Dec-16

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Indian authorities urged to update EMS landing regulations

Indian authorities urged to update EMS landing regulations

Aviation regulator Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is looking into suggestions on modifying rules to allow air ambulances to operate day/night, land at hospitals or accident sites and get priority over other operators. See Full Story

Source: The New Indian Express, 14-Apr-15

BMC frames guidelines for more helipads in Mumbai

BMC frames guidelines for more helipads in Mumbai

Mumbai is expected to have more helipads now because the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has framed a policy on it in its new development plan. See Full Storey

Source: dnaIndia, 19-Feb-15