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Don't charge steep fares for flights to J&K, Northeast, Port Blair: DGCA

The civil aviation regulator is also expected to take a call next week on the release of slots that are lying unused due to the grounding of Jet's fleet

As a bulk of existing drones were smuggled in or imported under a different classification, they will not have a drone licence
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As a bulk of existing drones were smuggled in or imported under a different classification, they will not have a drone licence

Aneesh Phadnis Mumbai
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has asked airlines not to charge exorbitant fares for flights to Jammu & Kashmir, Northeast states and Port Blair. This comes in the wake of Jet Airways grounding over half of its fleet leading to massive cancellations and a surge in airfares.

The civil aviation regulator is also expected to take a call next week on the release of slots that are lying unused due to the grounding of Jet’s fleet.

Rival airlines have sought airport slots lying vacant and the DGCA would take a decision on giving them on a temporary basis after

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First Published: Mar 30 2019 | 2:28 AM IST

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