India’s aviation security overseer, the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), is “badly understaffed,” India civil aviation secretary V Somasundaran said at a recent industry event. Somasundaran said the BCAS is actively looking to hire more security staff to address “constraints in carrying out its functions” at airports across the country. The largest airport operator, Airports Authority India (AAI)” also said it is investing in training a ...

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