Jet Airways grounds more aircraft on lease payment defaults

Credit: Rob Finlayson
India’s Jet Airways has been forced to ground more of its aircraft because of lease payment defaults, as negotiations continue over a bailout plan and an ownership reshuffle for the Mumbai-based carrier. Jet Airways admitted in a Feb. 7 stock market filing that it had grounded four aircraft after...

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