The new Civil Aviation Policy was approved on Wednesday with the aim to make flying more affordable and convenient. In a major move, domestic carriers will no longer have to operate for five years before they can start flying abroad, although they must still have 20 aircraft in their fleets. Let's have a look at what different CEOs & India Inc has to say: Tony Fernandes Initial reports on India is superb. Of course I think 20 aircraft is to many but thank you @narendramodi . Big day for indian Avaition \u2014 Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) June 15, 2016 Almost an end to vested interests. Power to the people. Well done @narendramodi . You kept your word. \u2014 Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) June 15, 2016 Anand Mahindra The aviation minister moved slowly & unassumingly but has unveiled a modern, practical policy. One more goal scored for reform. \u2014 anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) June 16, 2016 Mittu Chandilya Good things coming for Indian Civil Aviation! Exciting Day! #ProgressAndReform \u2014 Mittu Chandilya (@MittuChandilya) June 15, 2016 A big shoutout to honourable PM @narendramodi @PMOIndia &Civil Aviation Min! Aviation is key catalyst & backbone of Eco growth & MakeinIndia \u2014 Mittu Chandilya (@MittuChandilya) June 15, 2016 Vistara India CEO Phee Teik Yeoh With the 5\/20 rule scrapped, we will be ready to fly international by June 2018. Removal or the easing out of this rule will be beneficial for the country. AirAsia India CEO Amar Abrol Though a 0\/0 or 0\/10 would have been more than welcome, the amendments that have been made to the policy are encouraging.