‘AOC received? Check!’: Jet Airways after getting clearance to fly again | Latest News India

The Airline has been awarded an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) by the Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

Jet Airways was awarded the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) by the country’s aviation regulator on Friday, allowing it to fly again nearly three years later, taking the airline to Twitter to relish the moment. “Is the AOC accepted? Check !, ”the Jet Airways tweeted with the hashtag, #TheJoyIsComingBack and a photo of the crew.

The airline has been awarded an AOC by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). “The airline has completed all required operations to be granted an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) by the Aviation Regulator DGCA,” a senior DGCA official told news agency ANI on Friday.

On Tuesday, Jet Airways held the second and final set of two proven flights with 31 people, including DGCA officials. And on May 15, it carried the first set of three proven aircraft. News agency PTI reports that the airline intends to resume commercial aircraft operations in the July-September quarter.

Jet Airways’ last flight was on April 17, 2019 when it was owned by Naresh Goyal. Operations were forced to shut down due to economic stagnation.

Jalan-Kalrak Consortium is currently an airline operator. In a statement, Jet Airways said that with the receipt of the AOC, the Jalan-Kalrak consortium had met all the conditions under a resolution plan approved by the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).

“The aircraft and fleet plan, network, product and customer value proposition, loyalty program and other details will be unveiled in the coming weeks,” the statement said.

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