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Thu, Oct 10 2019

MEDIA-India's Jet Airways headquarter owner, lenders reach settlement- Economic Times

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SpiceJet could take more of Jet Airways' 737 MAX planes - chairman

NEW DELHI Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet Ltd may consider taking some of the Boeing 737 MAX planes that were due to be delivered to now bankrupt Jet Airways but are still sitting in Seattle, its chairman said on Friday.

India's SpiceJet could take more of Jet Airways' 737 MAX planes -chairman

NEW DELHI, Oct 4 Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet Ltd may consider taking some of the Boeing 737 MAX planes that were due to be delivered to now bankrupt Jet Airways but are still sitting in Seattle, its chairman said on Friday.

Jet Airways' creditors to recover only $300-$400 million in liquidation scenario

MUMBAI Creditors of India's bankrupt Jet Airways are likely to recover less than 10% of the carrier's total outstanding dues in a liquidation scenario if no suitor succeeds in buying the airline, two sources told Reuters.

Jet Airways' creditors to recover only $300-$400 million in liquidation scenario

MUMBAI Creditors of India's bankrupt Jet Airways are likely to recover less than 10% of the carrier's total outstanding dues in a liquidation scenario if no suitor succeeds in buying the airline, two sources told Reuters.

UPDATE 1-Jet Airways' creditors to recover only $300-$400 mln in liquidation scenario

MUMBAI, Sept 4 Creditors of India's bankrupt Jet Airways are likely to recover less than 10% of the carrier's total outstanding dues in a liquidation scenario if no suitor succeeds in buying the airline, two sources told Reuters.

Jet Airways' creditors to recover only $300-$400 mln in liquidation scenario

MUMBAI, Sept 4 Creditors of India's bankrupt Jet Airways are likely to recover less than 10% of the carrier's total outstanding dues in a liquidation scenario if no suitor succeeds in buying the airline, two sources told Reuters.

MEDIA-India's Jet Airways fails to attract new bidders - PTI In Economic Times

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MEDIA-South America's Synergy Group eyes 49% stake in India's Jet Airways - Business Standard

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MEDIA-South America's Synergy shows interest in India's Jet Airways - Economic Times

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