India has rejected proposal of Chinese government's to fly more planes. Recently, China had told India that its airline companies should be allowed to operate more flights between the two countries. But Indian Airline companies strongly opposed there proposal .After which the government rejected the demand for China. Indian companies answered that giving permission to Chinese companies means their expansion plans will be affected.
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In the recent meeting with the officials of the Aviation Ministry Air India, including IndiGo, Jet Airways, SpiceJet, GoAir, also against for this proposal of China .This meeting was held in June after the visit of PM Narendra Modi to China. On this trip Chinese government present proposal in front of PM Modi to increase the rights of the flights of its airline companies.
An official of the Aviation Ministry said on condition of anonymity, "There was a proposal to increase flying rights between the two countries. But Indian companies opposed it saying that they themselves have decided to increase the number of flights to China. In such a situation, giving rights to Chinese companies will have an adverse effect on their expansion plans." He said that after this the government has rejected the proposal to increase bilateral traffic rights.
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According to the current quota, both countries are license 42-42 flights a week. Chinese companies are using 93 per cent of their quota, while Indian companies are using only 12 per cent. However, companies like SpiceJet, Indigo and Vistara have started preparing to introduce international operations.
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