Jet Airways pilots planning to move NCLT demanding dues as hopes for revival dim


As hopes dim further for the survival of the airline, a section of Jet Airways pilots plans to soon file a plea with the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) against the defunct carrier to recover unpaid salaries and other dues, sources said.

Jet Airways has not paid salaries to its pilots since January. The National Aviators Guild, one of Jet’s pilots’ unions, has engaged a legal representative and may approach the tribunal soon, a person involved in the process said.

This development comes a day after two operational creditors Shaman Wheels and Gaggar Enterprises filed separate insolvency pleas with NCLT in Mumbai. Shaman Wheels, a car supplier, has dues of around `6 crore.

Gaggar Enterprises is a packaged water supplier. NCLT will hear the pleas of the operational creditors on Thursday. Read More

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