Hence the DGCA has issued the following guidelines for flyers:
1. The next time you decide to fly, please choose an airline with minimum fake pilots. This information will be available on the websites of all service providers.
2. While finalizing your ticket, please check the flight number and get the information about the pilot scheduled to fly you. You may use RTI for this purpose.
3. Please do not fall for offers of free booze or presence of cute air hostesses. These are ploys designed by airlines to get passengers. Safety first.
4. The passengers are also advised to carry The Bible, Bhagwad Geeta, Quran Shareef, Hanuman Chalisa or any other Holy book.
5. Please carry your own parachutes. No extra charges will be levied for the same. In case you cannot afford one, rental parachutes will be made available at the airports.
6. Please do not panic under any circumstances. Pilots who have fake licenses also can fly well—as is seen from the low frequency of air-crashes.
The DGCA has also decided to incorporate more pilots in its ‘amateur pilots scheme’. In order to circumvent danger when fake pilots fly, DGCA has decided to give flight training to air-host and hostesses, so that they may help the pilots when needed. The DGCA has also declared that any citizen who wishes to experience the joy of flying airplanes can get a license for an ‘appropriate’ license fee.