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BCAS revokes accreditation of Jet Airways’ aviation safety coaching institutes

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Jet Airways’ Aviation Safety Coaching Institute’s (ASTI) accreditation has been revoked by the Bureau of Civil Aviation Safety (BCAS).

In a letter dated November 18 and addressed to the Chief Safety Officer, Jet Airways Aviation Safety Institute, BCAS mentioned: “The competent authority has revoked the accreditation granted to each the ASTIs of Jet Airways at Gurugram and Mumbai. Airline could apply afresh for approval of its ASTI as and when it’s prepared for inspection in accordance with Annexure ’A’ of NCASTP.”

It’s a obligatory accreditation required by the Bureau of Civil Aviation Safety (BCAS) (NCASTP) for an institute imparting aviation safety capabilities.

In response to this, a spokesperson on behalf of Jalan-Kalrock consortium, the successful bidder of Jet Airways, mentioned, “We had voluntarily surrendered the ASTIs of Jet 1.0, initiating the method by way of an e-mail request to the BCAS on June 29, 2022. We verify that the strategic resolution to give up the ASTI has no relation to the revival or re-launch of Jet Airways. Upon the switch of possession of Jet Airways to the Jalan-Kalrock Consortium, the safety perform will probably be reactivated and contemporary approvals shall be looked for the brand new infrastructural set-up. It needs to be additional famous that having an in-house ASTI is a selection made by airways, and it’s not a compulsory requirement.” 

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Jet Airways was grounded in 2019 over unpdaid dues. The Jalan-Kalrock Consortium had emerged because the successful bidder for the airline. Nonetheless, since then the airline is but to fly. Jet’s revival has had a number of roadblocks. 

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In a latest clarification assertion on Friday, JKC mentioned that after the NCLT’s approval, all circumstances precedent, as outlined within the decision plan, have been accomplished by Might 20, 2022, and the mandatory filings on this regard have been made earlier than the NCLT on Might 21, 2022. “We now have not breached any time period of the decision plan, and we stay dedicated to the revival of Jet Airways,” it mentioned. 

JKC mentioned it has deposited ₹150 crore as required underneath the court-approved decision plan with the lenders, with the remaining quantities to be invested solely after the subsequent steps of NCLT are fulfilled by way of the handover of the corporate to the consortium. 

As per the revival plan, the consortium proposed a complete infusion of ₹1,375 crore. This contains ₹900 crore in direction of capex and dealing capital and ₹475 crore to settle claims of all collectors. Of this, ₹52 crore has been put aside for the workers and workmen, the remainder is saved for the lenders.

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