Creditors Select New Owners For India’s Jet Airways

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Since March 2019, Jet Airways' fleet has shrunk from 112 aircraft to 11.
Credit: Joe Pries
The creditors of Jet Airways have approved the purchase of the collapsed Indian airline, although there are still significant hurdles to overcome if it is to restart operations in some form. Jet Airways was India’s second-largest full-service airline before ceasing all services in April 2019. At the...

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