Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is monitoring the flight schedule of Jet Airways, after the airline cancelled a number of flights, owing to grounding of aircraft. According to a senior official, the airline has been asked if it is able to maintain its flight schedule.
On its part, a Jet Airways spokesperson said that the airline has reinstated three aircraft into its fleet post the engine normalisation exercise.
The airline had cancelled over 10 flights on Wednesday a day after four aircraft were grounded. The interim grounding of the four Boeing 737 aircraft had led to 19 flight cancellations on Tuesday.
However, the number of cancellations was lower due to optimised flight rotation and fleet management. Read More