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DGCA approves flight schedule of Jet Airways for five months

The flight schedule of crisis-hit Jet Airways has been approved by aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) for five months, a senior official said. Amid a financial turbulence, the airline has delayed salary payments to its staff. As many as 14 flights of the airline were on Sunday cancelled after some of the pilots reported "sick" over non-payment of their dues.
According to the DGCA official, approval has been given for the airline's flight schedule for five months, including December. This clearance was given in mid-November, he added.The winter schedule for airlines is from last Sunday of October till last Saturday of March.The watchdog monitors operations of an airline through a systematic procedure of surveillance, regulatory audits and spot checks.

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