Amid ongoing crisis at Jet Airways, state-run Air India has offered to take over 5 grounded aircraft and same number of overseas routes of the ailing airline to address the inconvenience faced by passengers, ET Now reported.
The public carrier has proposed to State Bank of India (SBI) taking over five grounded Boeing 777 aircraft and routes from Mumbai, Delhi to London, Dubai and Singapore from the debt-ridden Jet Airways, which yesterday announced suspension of all its operations, the report added.
Talking to Financial Express Online, Air India spokesperson however denied having any such update. Jet Airways on Wednesday had shut down the operations temporarily. The last flight of the airline was operated at 10:30 pm. Read More