In a bid to boost growth in the regional air services sector in India, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has stated that regional carriers will be required to reach a fleet size of three aircraft within two years instead of the earlier stipulated one year. And by the end of five years the carrier would be required to operate five aircraft, which is against the earlier deadline of two years. At the moment, no such airline exists in India although several firms have tried and failed to get off the ground such as Star Aviation, Skyking and Pawan

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