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Meghalaya: Flybig receives notice from Government

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Flybig has been served a show cause notice by the state government for stopping its service on the Shillong-Delhi route, which was inaugurated with great fanfare last year.

Notice to Flybig

“We have already issued a show cause notice to Flybig,” stated Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Thursday. We’ll decide how to proceed after we receive their response.”

Sangma further indicated that airline was having difficulty obtaining a wet lease aircraft, but due to pressure from the state government, the airline partnered with SpiceJet to obtain a Q 400 aircraft and began service.

Flybig notice

SpiceJet’s contract with the airline is not being extended, according to the CM, and as a result, the latter will be unable to maintain its flight operations.

Flybig, for its part, has approached the Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Director General of Civil Aviation about a wet lease of an aircraft.
A wet lease is a contract that covers the rental of an aircraft, as well as the provision of a flight crew and, in certain cases, fuel.

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