New Delhi :  The Delhi High Court refused to stay grant of flying licence to new airline AirAsia India by aviation regulator DGCA.

A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Pradeep Nandrajog disposed of the application filed by Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA), saying that there is no urgency as the flying permit will be subject to the outcome of the petition challenging the approvals being granted to AirAsia India deal, which is scheduled to come up for hearing on July 11.  “Just because the situation has changed a little bit does not mean a fresh cause of action has to be initiated,” it said.             AirAsia India was granted the flying licence by DGCA on May 7.

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