AUCKLAND—Indian carrier Jet Airways has been rebuffed in its latest attempt to secure emergency funds that would allow it to resume more flights. The airline met with creditors Apr. 15 in an effort to gain access to emergency funds earmarked in a previous bailout plan. However, in a note to employees the airline said the interim funding it has been seeking has yet to be granted. Jet Airways said it will hold a board meeting Apr. 16 to discuss its negotiations with the creditors and ...

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