India Extends 80% Capacity Limit Through March

IndiGo A320neo
Credit: Airbus
India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has extended the duration of its 80% limit on how much pre-COVID-19 capacity airlines in the country are allowed to fly. The government’s directive was a disappointment for IndiGo, which has been lobbying for the cap to be lifted. IndiGo, India’s...

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