DGCA may bar Jet Airways from accepting advance bookings


Aviation regulator DGCA may bar beleaguered carrier Jet Airways from taking advance bookings beyond a particular period amid reduced capacity and massive flight cancellations, an official said on Thursday.

The official also said the private airline has been flying only 61 of the 116 planes it has in the fleet, forcing it to cancel as much as 45 per cent of total flights per day.

Jet Airways operates over 600 flights within India and overseas. “We may ask Jet Airways not to accept forward bookings beyond a particular period,” a senior DGCA official told PTI. Read More

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