AUCKLAND—India’s Jet Airways has suspended all of its remaining flight operations, after failing in its efforts to gain emergency funding. The carrier announced a “temporary suspension,” with its last flights on Apr. 17. The carrier is still hopeful of reviving operations if a new investor can be found during a formal bid process being conducted by its creditors. Jet Airways has been progressively grounding aircraft since February as it defaulted on lease payments. ...

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