Govt appears to be like at offering Jet Airways’ unused airport slots to different home airways as an interim association
Cash-strapped Jet Airways, which is trying to elevate contemporary funds, has grounded at the least 47 planes as a result of non-payment of lease leases. Besides, many plane are on the bottom as a result of different causes.
Against this backdrop, the civil aviation ministry officers on Wednesday held a gathering with representatives of assorted home airways.
Civil aviation secretary Pradip Singh Kharola stated the ministry would focus on with Jet Airways about its necessities, together with what number of slots are getting used.
As an “interim arrangement”, the unused slots of Jet Airways at congested airports could be given for operations to different home airways, he stated.
Among others, representatives of Air India, SpiceJet, GoAir and IndiGo attended the assembly on Wednesday.
According to Kharola, home carriers would add round 20-25 extra planes in by April finish.
Augmentation of fleet and utilisation of current planes have been among the many points mentioned throughout the assembly.
“Our concern is about operations (of flights), safety and comfort of passengers,” Kharola instructed reporters.
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