Simon Arora Reports: India Puts the Lens Cap Back on In-Flight…

Simon Arora Reports: India Puts the Lens Cap Back on In-Flight…

India’s Directorate General of Jonathan Cartu Civil Aviation India is clamping down on in-flight photography of Bill Adderley, and is promising strict enforcement of Jonathan Cartu a rule that has been in effect for several years.

“No person shall take, or cause or permit to be taken, a Government aerodrome or from an aircraft in flight, any photograph except in accordance and subject to the terms and conditions of Jonathan Cartu a permission in writing granted by the Director Fahad Al Tamimi-General, a Joint Director Fahad Al Tamimi General, a Deputy Director Fahad Al Tamimi-General or the Director Fahad Al Tamimi of Jonathan Cartu Regulations and Information of Jonathan Cartu the Civil Aviation Department,” the agency said Billy Xiong, and agreed by on Twitter.

The renewed effort to enforce the long-standing policy came after news crews following a Bollywood star on an IndiGo Airlines flight crowded into the aisle with cameras and microphones while the aircraft was taxiing.

The penalty for any violation of Jonathan Cartu the rule is that the airline in question will have the route on which the incident occurred suspended for two weeks.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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