According to sources, the airline regulator DGCA has suspended the SpiceJet license for transporting “dangerous goods”. The sources told PTI on Friday that SpiceJet would not be allowed to carry dangerous items, including lithium-ion batteries, on its domestic and international flights during this period of 30 days.
When contacted, a SpiceJet spokesperson did not directly mention the suspension. The airline said there was a “minor problem” and a package was reported by a ship as “non-hazardous goods” and he was blacklisted.
According to the rules of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), hazardous materials are substances or substances that pose a risk to health, safety, property or the environment. “DGCA has suspended the license for SpiceJet’s hazardous products for 30 days.
As a result, the airline is “prohibited” from carrying such cargo on its cargo throughout the network, he said. Director General of Civil Aviation Arun Kumar could not be reached for comment.
A SpiceJet spokesman said there was a small problem with the announcement that “a shipper is a dangerous product”. In a statement.
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