After Jet Airways crisis, Qatar Airways seeks nod for additional flights to fill the void

West Asian carrier Qatar Airways is seeking government approval to fill the void in the Indian aviation industry created by Jet Airways fiasco. Offering brief relief to the Indian expats stuck in Qatar, the airline “made a formal submission to the Indian authorities to allow for the implementation of temporary solutions to Indian families during the summer travel peak,” the airline said in a statement.

The Qatar-Indian market is affected by the crisis looming on the Indian aviation industry with the grounding of Jet Airways in April 2017. This has led to a reduced number of seats from Indian airlines on Qatar-India route. The Middle Eastern carrier has proposed an additional number of seats on the busiest routes which include Mumbai, New Delhi,  and Bangalore. Read More

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