Jet Airways, Indigo's second-largest airline in India, recently announced that it had temporarily ceased operations after receiving no emergency money.
On April 17, Jet Airways posted a statement on its website listing the airline news that described its inability to receive money from the State Bank of India (SBI). As a result, the airline stopped operating in what has been termed a temporary measure, as it can not pay for fuel and airline critical services.
Despite the concession that she was unable to collect money for flight operations, Jet Airways emphasized that they had analyzed and searched every single option before drawing that conclusion, all of which are the hardest for passengers and employees.
In response to the situation, the SBI and the lenders seek to find new shareholders for the airline. It will be completed on May 1
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In the months leading up to this message, Jet Airways was very popular in the media as the lessors unsubscribed and sent in the aircraft for safekeeping. What started out small with the Boeing 737 grew over time, as more of this type was accounted for by lease failures, a Boeing 777-300ER was seized in Amsterdam, and regional ATR 72-500s were deregistered.
Completion of the letter Jet Airways said it was hopeful that it would bring guests the pleasure of flying to their guests as soon as possible.
For those who got into the debacle, the best option is to contact your bank or flight center. Jet Airways is unlikely to have any staff to handle claims for reimbursement.
Employees of the company, the persons involved and the passengers who stayed in the difficult times at the airline have, as stated in the last paragraph of the letter, abundantly thanked the airline