Airlines in India will resume operations; but loss-recovery can take a decade

With coronavirus-induced nationwide lockdown and the flying ban later imposed has grounded 80% of the civilian aircraft in the top six airports of India - Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Chennai. 538 aircraft out of the total 650 are parked at airports. No clear indications and instructions from the government yet on when and how will the flying ban get lifted. Apr 29, 2020
DGCA certificate issued to AAI for GAGAN system about to expire

Flights over Indian airspace at risk? ISRO's navigation system to lose safety certification

The DGCA certificate issued to Airports Authority of India (AAI) for Indian Satellite-based navigation GAGAN system earlier on April 21, 2015, for a five-year period is about to lapse on April 21, 2020. Has the certificate been renewed by AAI yet or has Covid-19 delayed the same? Let's understand why the DGCA certificate is important and what will happen if the certificate expires? Apr 16, 2020