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Working with all airlines to provide sufficient capacity: Civil aviation ministry

PTI
Published : Mar 21, 2019, 9:41 am IST
Updated : Mar 21, 2019, 9:41 am IST

All airlines are required to follow Passenger Charter requirements fully and comprehensively.

The grounding of aircraft by crisis-hit Jet Airways, grounding of Boeing MAX 737 planes by SpiceJet and curtailed schedule of IndiGo, among other factors.
 The grounding of aircraft by crisis-hit Jet Airways, grounding of Boeing MAX 737 planes by SpiceJet and curtailed schedule of IndiGo, among other factors.

New Delhi: The civil aviation ministry on Wednesday said it is working with all airlines to provide sufficient capacity and is monitoring safety as well as compliance levels on a daily basis, amid concerns over flight cancellations and rise in airfares.

The grounding of aircraft by crisis-hit Jet Airways, grounding of Boeing MAX 737 planes by SpiceJet and curtailed schedule of IndiGo, among other factors, have impacted flight schedules.

"To ensure passenger convenience, stable operations and affordable fares, MOCA (Ministry of Civil Aviation) is working with all airlines to provide sufficient capacity across the entire network. We continue to monitor safety and compliance on a daily basis," the ministry said in a tweet.

All airlines are required to follow Passenger Charter requirements fully and comprehensively. Any complaints may be registered with the AirSewa portal, it added.

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