Jet Airways to withdraw services from CG sector

At a time, when more and more private players are entering into the fray to tap the massive potential of Chhattisgarh sector in civil aviation, the decision of Jet Airways (I) Limited, the Mumbai-based international airline to wind-up its whole operation in the state has left the frequent  fliers baffled.

The second-largest airline in India after Indigo, which boasted of 17.8 passenger market share in civil aviation industry, has conveyed to the authorities of Airports Authority of India (AAI) at Swami Vivekananda Airport that it has decided to shut down its operational activities in Chhattisgarh.

“Jet Airways (I) Limited is closing down its operations at Raipur Airport with effect from 10th February, 2019, due to operational reasons,” reads the official communiqué send by Dharmendra Singh, Station Manager, Jet Airways, Raipur to AAI officials here in Raipur. Read More

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