India’s DGCA signs MoU with EASA for UAS and innovative mobility


The Directorate Basic of Civil Aviation (DGCA) India has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the European Union Aviation Security Company (EASA) for cooperation in Unmanned Plane Techniques and Modern Air Mobility.

This MoU will give attention to collaboration on unmanned plane and revolutionary air mobility between the civil aviation authorities.

This collaboration would come with cooperation between DGCA and EASA within the areas of improvement of certification requirements and environmental requirements and associated necessities for the certification and use of unmanned plane methods and revolutionary air mobility operations.

This contains licensing of personnel, coaching, air site visitors administration and infrastructure, together with Unmanned Plane System Site visitors Administration (UTM) requirements and providers.

The MoU can even guarantee common info sharing between the 2 authorities on the technological developments and analysis on this space and their respective outreach methods to achieve related stakeholders.

Additional, the MoU will lead to collaboration in conducting conferences, workshops, and coaching programmers by DGCA and EASA on this space.

The signing of this MoU is predicted to lead to harmonized requirements and accelerated progress of the Indian unmanned aviation sector.

Throughout EU-India Aviation Summit held in New Delhi on 20th April 2023, DGCA signed a letter of intent (LoI) on Unmanned Plane Techniques and Modern Air Mobility with the European Union Aviation Security Company (EASA).

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