Austrian Airlines and Swiss International Air Lines, both subsidiaries of Lufthansa Group, are being investigated by the Indian Aviation Ministry to see whether they comply with the “substantial ownership and effective control clause” that has historically formed the basis of bilateral air service agreements. Officials told the two airlines they might soon find themselves unable to continue services into India if the ministry decides that they are violating those terms. Or they might ...
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