News & Media 10th May 2024

Go First revival in further jeopardy as the airline may lose airport slots, international flying right

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Mukesh Chand Senior Counsel | Mumbai

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The Indian aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), is looking to permanently take away the domestic airport slots and international  flying rights of the troubled Go First, signalling that the airline may not be able to take off again. In India, airlines can claim a right to an airport slot if they comply with the annual slot adherence norms, which means they run at least 80 percent of the departures committed to the regulator.

In this context, Yaruqhullah Khan & Thyagrajan Narendran from Money Control writes on “Go First revival in further jeopardy as the airline may lose airport slots, international flying right” with expert comments from our Senior Counsel Mukesh Chand.

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