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The Department of Transportation's Enforcement Office opined that most of the circumstances that led to the tarmac delay in October 2011 were beyond the control of any single carrier.
"... because Jet Airways had not previously considered (Bradley) to be one of its regular diversion airports and had not used that airport for diversions in the past, the Enforcement Office is not pursuing enforcement action against the carrier for having failed to coordinate its tarmac delay contingency plan with (Bradley)," the order noted.
However, the Enforcement Office felt that enforcement action is warranted with regard to Jet's misreporting of information to the Department of Transportation.
The Jet spokesperson said that as stated in the order, the US regulator "decided not to pursue enforcement action against Jet Airways for its failure to adhere to the assurances in its contingency plan for lengthy tarmac delays due to most of the circumstances being beyond the control of any carrier".