Airlines Are Taking Advantage Of Jet Airways Collapse
As Jet Airways flights finally come to an end, albeit temporarily, rival carriers are jumping in to take advantage of the gap in the market. Over the last week, numerous airlines have taken steps to add capacity, add routes and fill in the Jet Airways shaped hole in the skies.
Even before Jet Airways completely suspended flights, they were struggling to stop the competition from encroaching on their turf. With only a fraction of their fleet in service, hardly any of their routes were still operating.
The DGCA, India’s aviation regulator, didn’t want valuable slots at Mumbai and Delhi airports to go unused, so they ‘temporarily’ reallocated them. They were snapped up by Jet Airways’ competitors including IndiGo, Vistara, SpiceJet and AirAsia India.
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Posted: 20 Apr 2019 15:27:00