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Airlines may handle ground ops under new policy

Airlines may handle ground ops under new policy

The government is likely to allow airlines to handle ground operations on their own in the country´s airports, a key change of stance that will meet the demand of carriers and end a court case on the matter. The change will be part of the new civil aviation policy. The government had proposed in 2007 that airlines should outsource ground handling services to one of three agents, including an Air India subsidiary, at the airports of New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru. The airlines opposed the move and went to court, seeking continuation of the existing system.

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