India tops air security in the world: Ministry of Civil Aviation

The country has one of the best air safety indicators in the world said, Hardeep Singh Puri, Ministry of Civil Aviation on twitter.

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India tops in air safety
Aviation safety Hardeep Singh Puri said that India takes all measures of security.

India is the best country in terms of its air safety. The country has one of the best air safety indicators in the world said, Hardeep Singh Puri, Ministry of Civil Aviation.

Air accidents in India were 0.82 per million flights compared to the global average of 3.02 in 2019.

During the Air India Express flight with 190 people on the runway during the landing at Kobikode Airport, heavy rains at Kozhikode Airport fell into the Maidan Valley and broke into two pieces, killing 18 people and leaving 2 pilots Were killed

Regardless of the narrative inspired on India’s aviation safety record, Hardeep Singh Puri said on Twitter, I repeat that we have one of the better safety records indicators in the world. Scheduled aircraft accidents in India in 2019 are only 0.82 per million flights compared to the global average of 3.02.

Aviation safety Hardeep Singh Puri said that India takes all measures of security.

The Ministry of Civil Aviation and Airport Authority of India has taken positive steps to advance the aviation security structure in the country. About 1000 air traffic controllers have been recruited during the last three years.

The number of air missiles has come down from 35 to 18. Parliament also passes a bill that would improve India’s aviation safety rating. The bill of aircraft has passed in the Rajasthan assembly.

In this bill, the maximum austerity for any act has been increased from 10 lakh to 1 crore in violation of the provision of the rule.

Tapas Puri said that the regular has given the right to impose.

Hardeep Singh Puri also said on Twitter that some honorable members have compared India’s aviation safety rating to some of our neighbors. I was happy to inform August House that they have been placed in Category-I, others like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Thailand, and Malaysia are in category 2.

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