The Home Office grants security clearance to Jet Airways

Last Thursday’s test flight was conducted to prove to the aviation regulator DGCA that the aircraft and its components are operating normally.

Last Thursday’s test flight was conducted to prove to the aviation regulator DGCA that the aircraft and its components are operating normally.

The Home Office has issued a security clearance to Union Jet Airways, which plans to resume commercial flight operations in the next few months, according to an official document. Jalan Kalrock Consortium is currently the promoter of Jet Airways. The airline in her old avatar was owned by Naresh Goyal and had operated its last flight on April 17, 2019.

Last Thursday, the airline conducted its test flight to and from Hyderabad Airport to obtain the Air Operator’s Certificate.

A letter dated 6 May from the Ministry of Civil Aviation to the airline informed them of the security clearance granted by the Union Ministry of the Interior. The letter that was accessed PTIsaid it is “directed to refer to your application … to submit the security clearance for the change in company/company ownership pattern, for the proposed operator permit, based on the security clearance received from the Home Office”.

Last Thursday’s test flight was conducted to prove to the aviation regulator’s Directorate-General for Civil Aviation (DGCA) that the aircraft and its components are operating normally.

After Thursday’s test flight, the airline must conduct test flights, after which the DGCA will issue the air operator’s certificate.

Inspection flights are similar to commercial flights with DGCA officers and airline officials on board as passengers and cabin crew members.

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