01/03/2019

UPDATE: Jet Airways grounds 25 leased aircraft, others leave fleet

Struggling Indian carrier Jet Airways has confirmed it has grounded at least 25 leased aircraft in February and March due to non-payment to lessors. The troubled carrier has effectively shrunk its operational fleet by around 35% since the start of the year.

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