Distribution of Jet Airways' flying slots causes rift between IndiGo, competitors, says report
Updated : May 20, 2019 08:27 AM IST
National carrier Air India has the first right of refusal and is getting around half of the Jet Airways' slots on high-demand routes while the remainder of the rights will be given in proportion to a carrier’s domestic flights.
IndiGo's dominance of the domestic market means it will get the lion's share of the rights after Air India takes half the slots.
SpiceJet, Vistara and GoAir argue that the proportionate allocation to IndiGo would essentially create a 'monopoly'.
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