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Airlines seek relief package from govt after coronavirus outbreak hits biz

Airlines sought a limited period concession of the standing rule of slot allocation, which mandates that firms must operate at least 80 per cent of their allocated slots

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Coronavirus | Aviation industry | airlines

Arindam Majumder & Aneesh Phadnis  |  New Delhi 



airlines, flights
Low fuel price was supposed to bring back cheer for Indian airlines. But with global spread of coronavirus, airlines are being forced to rejig their network, cut flights and delay new launches.

With travel dwindling after the (COVID-19) outbreak, Indian airline firms have sought a relief package from the government, asking that it include a waiver of landing and parking charges and payment to .

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First Published: Thu, March 05 2020. 01:44 IST

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