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Updated Sun, 13 Sep 2020 07:04 PM IST
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Directorate General of Civil Aviation says, still and video photography onboard flight is allowed.
However, passengers cannot use any recording equipment which imperils or compromises air safety, creates chaos or disruption during operation of flight, adds DGCA pic.twitter.com/MByHRUrwPx
– ANI (@ANI) September 13, 2020
Just a day before that, on Saturday, the DGCA said, “If any passenger violates Rule 13 of the Aircraft Aircraft Rules 1937, then the flight of the respective airline for that particular route will be suspended for two weeks from the next day. '
This rule deals with the conditions of photography and videography in flights. That is, if it is violated in a regular passenger flight, then the airline company schedule on that route will be suspended for two weeks.
Significantly, photography without permission is already suspended inside the aircraft, but despite this, companies have failed to implement this rule. Earlier, the DGCA had asked IndiGo to submit a report for alleged violation of security and social distance rules by media persons on its flight to Chandigarh-Mumbai. Please tell that Kangana traveled on this flight on September 9, in which photography and videography took place.