GoAir Put On Cash-And-Carry Model By Airports Authority of India
GoAir will need to pay on a daily basis for utilising services of airports operated by the AAI.
One of India’s most famous low-cost air carriers, GoAir has been put on cash-and-carry mode by the Airports Authority of India (AAI). This effectively means that GoAir will need to pay on a daily basis for utilising services of airports operated by the AAI. Usually, the dues are cleared on a monthly basis. The airline, however, has confirmed that its operations will continue to run as normal and its passengers will not be affected by the AAI’s decision in any way.
The COVID-19 crisis has affected Indian carriers in a harsh way. The lockdowns and travel curbs were bad enough but now that domestic travel is being allowed, making up for defaulted vendor payments is proving to be a difficult task for airlines. “GoAir is engaged in constructive discussions with AAI and would like to assure our customers that there is no impact on GoAir’s operations,” the company said in a statement.
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