FAA has restored India’s aviation safety rating to Category 1 under its International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) program. FAA had downgraded India to Category 2 in January 2014. The upgraded rating means India complies with international safety standards set by ICAO.  US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said, “US and Indian aviation officials have an important, cooperative working relationship. The United States government commends the government of India for ...

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