Swati Kektar speaks to Ankit Jalan, board member of the Jalan-Kalrock Consortium, the new owner of Jet Airways, to delve deeper into plans for revitalising the fallen Indian carrier. Launched in 1993, with its fleet of 124 aircraft. Jet Airways flew to over 65 destinations in India and around the world before suspending operations in April 2019 after failing to raise sufficient funds to continue flying. After a long hiatus, the Indian aviation sector is now eagerly awaiting the relaunch of Jet Airways. The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has approved the transfer of ownership of Jet Airways to the
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