Jet Airways has stopped all international tours to 15 April.
Reports suggesting that a blockage has been put forward, the Indian company claims that its leaders, key stakeholders and lending consortia continue to work closely to resolve the problem. the current situation.
He also wants an apology for the inconvenience caused by his passengers, and urges them to contact in order to arrange a refund or recycle his trips. T other.
The vehicle was based in Mumbai earlier on 11 April indicating that a further 10 of the aircraft were fitted out as a result of paying rent.
Also on 11 April, the Indian plane minister, Suresh Prabhu, announced that he had directed the director of Pradeep Singh Kharola, a civil aircraft plane, to review Jet Airways' "issues" and asked for directions. T "take necessary steps to minimize the inconvenience of passengers and ensure their safety".