Mumbai/New Delhi: As the government is monitoring the operational situation at Jet Airways closely to ensure its compliance with overseas flying rules, the airline cancelled services on some international and domestic routes on Thursday.
According to official sources, the airline is currently operating only about 14 aircraft - down from 26 last week - and this might lead to suspension of its international operations. As per rules, an airline needs to have a minimum of 20 aircraft to be eligible to operate international flights. Till recently, the airline operated 26 aircraft, including Airbus A330s, Boeing 777s, 737-800 and ATRs, to various destinations like London, Toronto, Singapore, Amsterdam, Paris, Bangkok and domestic sectors like Mumbai-Delhi, among others. (IANS)
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