The Indian government granted Jet Airways the right to fly to a number of Gulf destinations from Jan. 1, ending a three-year prohibition against private Indian carriers operating to the region. CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer confirmed to ATWOnline that the carrier had applied for traffic rights to operate on several Gulf routes from next year and was hopeful of a positive outcome. The Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation said Jet can fly to Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain and its request to fly to ...

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