Relaxation to travel by private airlines on the sector where Air India does not operate its flight: MoF Order


Relaxation to travel by private airlines on the sector where Air India does
not operate its flight: MoF Order 

relaxation to travel by private airlines

MoCA has decided that in any
sector, where Air India is not operating, the officers are permitted to
travel by Airlines other than Air India and no approval for relaxation/
exemption is required for this purpose.

F.No.A-27017/37/2017-Ad.VI(A)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
(Central Board of Direct Taxes)
North Block, New Delhi, Date 11.07.2017

To

All Pr.CClTs / Pr. DGIT,

All CGlTs /DGIT


Subject: Permission to travel by private airlines on the sector where
Air India does not operate its flight. 

 

Sir,

I am directed to circulate herewith the following documents relating to
blanket relaxation to travel by private airlines between the sectors where
Air India does not operate its flight: 
i. D/o Revenue’s O.M No. 1.4/09/2017-IFU(B&A) DT dated 22.06.2017.
ii. D/o Expenditure’s Id Note No. 300331030/2017-E.IV dated 26.05.2017.
iii. Ministry of Civil Aviation’s O.M No.Av-18050/1/2017 dated 05.06.2017. 
2. All the officers are requested to follow these guidelines/instructions
while travelling through air.

Yours faithfully,

Encl: as above
(Yogesh Shanna)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India



D/o Revenue’s O.M No. 1.4/09/2017-IFU(B&A) DT dated 22.06.2017 

 

F. No. 14/09/2017-IFU (B&A) DT
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
IFU (B&A) DT
New Delhi; Date: 22.06.2017
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OFFICE MEMORANDUM
 

Subject:- Permission to travel by private airlines on the sectors where
Air India does not operate its flight. 
 
Integrated Finance Unit (IFU), Department of Revenue had taken up the
matter with Department of Expenditure regarding grant of permission to
travel by Air lines other than Air India in the four sectors i.e.
Jaipur-Jodhpur-Jaipur, Iaipur-Udaipur-Jaipur, Jaipur-Bikaner-Jaipur,
Mangalore-Bengaluru-Mangalore, which have not been mentioned in the list of
sectors on which general/ blanket relaxation has been accorded by Ministry
of Civil Aviation. 
2. The request for general / blanket relaxation for the above sectors has
been examined in Ministry of Civil Aviation. MoCA has decided that in any
sector, where Air India is not operating, the officers are permitted to
travel by Airlines other than Air India and no approval for relaxation/
exemption is required for this purpose. A reference dated 20.06.2017
received from DOE and MoCA’s OM dated 05.06.2017, on the subject, are
enclosed herewith for ready reference. 
3. CBDT is requested to give wide circulation to the MoCA’s O.M. dated
05.06.2017 among its officials. 

Encl: As above.

(Lokesh Kumar Sharma)

Director (Finance) DT


M/o Finance, D/o Exp. ID No. 482166/2017-E.IV dated 20.06.2017:-

 

Ministry of Finance
Department/of Expenditure
(E.IV Branch)

Ref. DoR’s File No. 14/09/2017-IFQ(B&A) DT.


DoE’s Id Note No. 300331030/2017-E.IV dated 26.05.2017

 

Department of Revenue (DoR) may refer to this Department’s ID Note dated
26.05.2017 in reference to their proposal for inclusion of the following 4
sectors (on which Air India does not operate its flights) under the sectors
on which general/blanket relaxation has been accorded by M/o (MoCA) for
travel by airlines other than Air India :- 
(i) Jaipur-Jodhpur-Jaipur
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(ii) Jaipur-Udaipur-Jaipur
(iii) Jaipur-Bikaner-Jaipur
(iv) Mangalore-Bengaluru-Mangalore 
2 In this regard, it is mentioned here that the matter was taken up with
MoCA. MoCA has informed that in any sector, where Air India is not
operating, the officers are permitted to travel by airlines other than Air
India and no approval for relaxation/exemption is required for this
purpose. 
3. This is issued with the approval of Joint Secretary (Personnel).
(A. Bandyopadhyay)
Under Secretary


 

JS&FA Fin D/o Revenue North Block New Delhi. – II



M/o Finance, D/o Exp. ID No. 482166/2017-E.IV dated 20.06.2017 

 

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Ministry of Civil Aviation’s O.M No.Av-18050/1/2017 dated
05.06.2017:- 

 

No. AV-18050/1/2017-AI
Government of India
Ministry of Civil Aviation
Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan,
Safdarjung Airport
New Delhi-110003,
Dated: 05.06.2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

 

Subject: Permission to travel by private airlines on the sectors where
Air India does not operate its flight. 
 
The undersigned is directed to refer to Department of Expenditures D.O.
letter No.19024/1/2016-E.IV, dated 23rd May, 2017 regarding grant of
general/blanket relaxation to travel by private airlines other than Air
India in the Four sectors i.e. Jaipur-Jodhpur-Jaipur,
Jaipur-Udaipur-Jaipur, Jaipur-Bikaner-Jaipur,
Mangalore-Bengaluru-Mangalore, which have not been mentioned in the list of
sectors on which general/blanket relaxation has been accorded by Ministry
of Civil Aviation 
2. The request for general/blanket relaxation for above sectors has been
examined in this Ministry. It has been decided that in any sector, where
Air India is not operating, the officers are permitted to travel by
Airlines other than Air India and no approval for relaxation/ exemption is
required for this purpose- 
3. This issues with the approval of Secretary (Civil Aviation)-
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(Chandra Kishore Shukla)
Under Secretary to Government of India

Ms Annie G.Mathew,

Joint Secretary (Pers.)

Department of Expenditure

Ministry of Finance,

North Block,

NEW DELHI

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