Jet Airways seems to have suspended all its worldwide flights, elevating contemporary fears concerning the Indian airline’s survival.
This comes after the provider on Thursday grounded 10 extra planes over unpaid charges to leasing corporations.
Carriers in India should keep a fleet of least 20 plane to proceed to function worldwide providers.
The airline, saddled with greater than $1bn (£765m) in debt, is searching for a monetary lifeline to keep away from collapse.
Varied India media reported on Friday that Jet Airways had cancelled all worldwide flights, which embrace providers to Europe and Asia.
In an announcement on Thursday, Singapore’s Changi Airport stated Jet Airways had “suspended its providers to and from Singapore till additional discover”.
All Jet Airways’ worldwide flights scheduled to depart on Friday from Delhi – to Singapore, London, Amsterdam and two to Kathmandu – are cancelled, the airport web site says.
And in response to the official web site for London’s Heathrow airport, Jet Airways’ Friday flights to Mumbai and Delhi won’t function.
Jet Airways is India’s largest non-public provider and owes cash to workers and suppliers.
In latest weeks it has grounded plane and cancelled hundreds of flights – disrupting passengers regionally and around the globe – as its monetary strains grew.
The airline has greater than 100 plane in its fleet, and flies on 600 home and 380 worldwide routes.
In an announcement to the Mumbai Inventory Trade late Thursday, Jet Airways stated an “further 10 plane have been grounded as a result of non-payment of quantities excellent to lessors”.
The airline didn’t reply to BBC requests for touch upon the scale of its present fleet or operations.
A number of native media reported the airline is now working 14 planes.
In addition they reported that India’s aviation ministry might evaluation the rules setting the fleet cap that might enable the airline to renew worldwide providers.
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The cash-strapped airline is chasing contemporary buyers to maintain flying.
A consortium of buyers led by the State Financial institution of India (SBI) took management of the airline in March.
The group is looking a brand new investor to amass a stake of as much as 75% in Jet Airways. The deadline for bids had been prolonged to Friday, in response to stories.