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SpiceJet flights stopped by Delhi ATC for non-payment of airport user fees

AAI has put SpiceJet on 'cash and carry' mode since 2020, due to the airline's inability to clear airport dues

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Arindam Majumder New Delhi
Multiple SpiceJet aircraft were stopped from operating by Air Traffic Control at the Delhi airport on Friday morning as the airline didn't make the requisite daily payment to Airport Authority of India.

Sources said that Air Traffic Control, which is an arm of AAI, was instructed not to give clearance to the airline's aircraft to take-off as the payment was not made. AAI has put SpiceJet on "cash and carry" mode since 2020, due to the airline's inability to clear airport dues.

Cash and carry mode implies that the credit facility by the AAI has been withdrawn because SpiceJet could

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First Published: May 20 2022 | 10:26 AM IST

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