Incumbents in the airline industry are said to be up in arms against the proposed civil aviation policy changes. While incumbents typically oppose any liberalisation or reform that encourages competition, they rarely threaten court action. While that is a moot possibility, a government on the back-foot due to a sustained growth slowdown, may be pushed into an ill-considered backtracking on its proposal.
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First Published: Sun, February 28 2016. 21:46 IST
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