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Govt approves 3-hr air defence clearance for non-scheduled flights

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ADC window has been extended from 45 minutes to 3 hours.

Air defence clearance is a permission that all domestic non-scheduled flights have to take to take to operate in Indian airspace

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To make operation of non-scheduled flights easier in the country's airspace, Ministry of Civil Aviation extended the air defence clearance time for them on Monday. From now on, air defence clearance will be valid for three hours for such flights from their planned departure time. Till now, ADC window was valid only for 45 minutes.

To make operation of non-scheduled flights easier in the country's airspace, Ministry of Civil Aviation extended the air defence clearance time for them on Monday. From now on, air defence clearance will be valid for three hours for such flights from their planned departure time. Till now, ADC window was valid only for 45 minutes.

In a series of tweets, the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) said “A significant milestone achieved! MoCA, Air Headquarters & AAI join hands to increase the window of the validity of Air Defence Clearance (ADC). The ADC is a permission required for all domestic non-scheduled operations."

In a series of tweets, the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) said “A significant milestone achieved! MoCA, Air Headquarters & AAI join hands to increase the window of the validity of Air Defence Clearance (ADC). The ADC is a permission required for all domestic non-scheduled operations."

“The ADC, which earlier used to be valid for 45 min from the planned departure time will now be valid for 3 hours. This will bring ease of operations for non-scheduled flight operators, including for medical evacuation flights (sic)," it added.

“The ADC, which earlier used to be valid for 45 min from the planned departure time will now be valid for 3 hours. This will bring ease of operations for non-scheduled flight operators, including for medical evacuation flights (sic)," it added.

ADC is a permission that all domestic non-scheduled flights have to take to take to operate in Indian airspace.

ADC is a permission that all domestic non-scheduled flights have to take to take to operate in Indian airspace.

Meanwhile, in separate tweets, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Monday shared pictures of a concept model of hybrid flying car being developed by Vinata Aeromobility.

Meanwhile, in separate tweets, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Monday shared pictures of a concept model of hybrid flying car being developed by Vinata Aeromobility.

"Delighted to have been introduced to the concept model of the soon-to-become Asia’s First Hybrid flying car by the young team of @VAeromobility," the minister said.

"Delighted to have been introduced to the concept model of the soon-to-become Asia’s First Hybrid flying car by the young team of @VAeromobility," the minister said.

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