Jet Airways, which will complete its final phase of proving flights on Tuesday, is expected to revalidate its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) this week, according to a senior DGCA official.
The full-service airline, which stopped flying more than three years ago, is being revived under the ownership of the Jalan Kalrock consortium and completed the first phase of test flights on Sunday.
“The process for the renewal of Jet Airways’ license to fly is almost complete. They will operate the remaining proven flights on Tuesday. Their AOC rehabilitation will be completed by this week,” the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said. ) to PTI on Monday.
A total of five flights (landing) must be performed by the aircraft to successfully complete the process.
An airline spokesman said it would operate the remaining proven flights, but declined to comment on the extension of the AOP.
“We will operate the rest of our proven flights on May 17. We cannot (however) comment on the date of renewal of the AOC (Air Operator Certificate) as that is determined by the DGCA process,” said the spokesman in a statement. to PTI.
Jet Airways suspended operations on April 17, 2019, after the former promoters failed to provide liquidity and the airline’s insolvency process began in June 2019.
In October 2020, the airline’s Committee of Creditors (CoC) approved the resolution plan submitted by the consortium of UK-based Kalrock Capital and UAE-based entrepreneur Murari Lal Jalan.
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