Relief to Global Vectra Helicorp: SC upholds High Court verdict on “passenger service status” [Read Order]

CESTAT had held that the Global Vectra Helicorp’s operations could be classified as non-scheduled passenger service
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The Supreme Court has upheld the verdict given by Customs Excise & Service Tax Appellate Tribunal ( CESTAT ) in the case determining the status of service of the assessee. The Supreme Court concurred with the CESTAT’s finding that the appellant’s operations could be classified as non-scheduled passenger service. The assessee, Global Vectra Helicorp Ltd …

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