Airlines to comply with GST rollout from July 1 despite grave concerns

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Aviation Ministry has abandoned the idea of postponing the Goods & Services Tax (GST) rollout date after a meeting with all the aviation stakeholders.

Jayant Sinha, Minister of State for Civil Aviation, on Thursday said that the aviation authority is ready for the July 1 roll-out.

“Concerns were satisfactorily addressed,” Sinha said in a tweet. On Wednesday, the ministry held a discussion with all stakeholders, including airlines and airport on preparedness for GST. Read more

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