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25th October, 2015
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The recently published National Aviation Policy lists a broad range of activities under the heading General Aviation (GA). While these may include aeromedical, flight training, agricultural aviation, photography and surveying, they also take in corporate, private-recreational, sports aviation, parachuting and Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS).

As GA covers such a wide spectrum and has many participants, its economic value is also equally varied. Recreational flying is likely to have considerable social or utility value, while...

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