“Due to a technical issue in SAP, the daily automatic payment could not be processed. The same is being done manually to AAI who have been notified of the issue. SpiceJet flight operations are now continuing as normal,” said said a SpiceJet spokesperson.
The AAI had put the airline in cash-and-carry mode in 2020, which meant that the airline would have to pay airport usage fees to the authority on a daily basis in order to conduct operations. Airlines experiencing financial difficulties are placed on the cash-and-carry path of daily payments instead of the usual credit account.
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