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Well I suppose the answer depends on whether or not the flight crew are good dancers: If my uncoordinated self was trying to bust a move in an airline cabin I'd probably wind up kicking someone in the face, but these folks seem to be doing OK. I can only assume dance lessons are part of SpiceJet's crew training program :-) Alright, in all seriousness - ...


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This regulatory oversight is performed by the Civil Aviation Authority of a country. In India, this function is performed by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA-India). Typically certification information is available to the public, but only high level information will be given. Searching on the DGCA-India website I found this document that ...


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In principle you can listen to ATC of VOBL (Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore) using a VHF air band radio receiver on the following frequencies: Tower: 124.35 MHz Ground: 121.65 MHz Approach: 121.25 and 127.75 MHz It is however illegal to own such a receiver in India: Prohibition of possession of wireless telegraphy apparatus without ...


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A public notice issued by the DGCA in October reads: “DGCA is in the process of formulating the regulations [and globally harmonise those] for certification & operation for use of Unmanned aircraft systems [UAS] in the Indian Civil Airspace. Till such regulations are issued, no non-government agency, organisation, or an individual will launch a UAS in ...


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