A different problemBut India had a different problem. A fleet of 650 commercial aircraft as well as private jets, comprising other non-scheduled operators, would have to be parked indefinitely. Unlike most other aviation markets, India is still partially regulated and airlines require permission from the government or airport operator for night parking a plane. An aircraft cannot be imported without having night parking in place. Thus, the over 650 planes have a designated night parking slot when they were imported and allowed to operate in India.That begs the question why use the runway to park planes. Airlines obtain night parking permission from one airport and rotate the aircraft the whole night without really parking there. … [Read more...] about India’s airlines have grounded over 650 planes. Where are they parked?
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Many continue to be surprised as most airlines are still operating a lot of flights across the country even when country after country and flight after flight were barred progressively over the last few weeks by the Indian government. Air India and IndiGo had the densest network in the region and with either of the countries banning flights, all airlines had to slowly start withdrawing services from the European Union, Kuwait, Qatar, Malaysia and slowly the entire Middle East. On March 19, the government came up with a directive to stop all international flights landing in India starting March 22. As of today, the last of international flights have departed and even the passengers connecting to other cities from international gateways like Delhi or Mumbai are not available anymore. … [Read more...] about Exclusive ! India’s airlines ground around 1 in every 2 planes