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Jet claims rights on livery, objects to SpiceJet using it on some planes

Jet Airways aims to restart operations in September after takeover by the Kalrock Jalan consortium

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Jet Airways aircraft sported blue and ochre colours and had a “flying sun” logo on its tail. SpiceJet aircraft tails are painted red

Aneesh Phadnis Mumbai
Jet Airways has complained to India’s aviation regulator about the use of its livery on SpiceJet aircraft, saying the practice could "mislead the public" and is a safety hazard.

Jet collapsed in 2019 and lessors repossessed its Boeing 737s. Some of these aircraft were leased to SpiceJet, which operates them without changing the livery. Jet, which is now being revived by the Kalrock Jalan consortium and aims to restart operations in September, has asked the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to ask SpiceJet to stop using its livery.

Jet Airways aircraft sported blue and ochre colours and had a

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First Published: Jun 28 2022 | 3:43 PM IST

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