Jet Airways will get new investor soon, CEO assures pilots over delayed salaries

Cash-strapped airline Jet Airways’ CEO, Vinay Dube assured the pilots that the company will bring a new investor on board within three months. In a meeting with the pilots’ union National Aviator’s Guild, Dube discussed pending salaries of the employees among other issues.

Livemint report cited sources saying that the meeting was organised to assure the pilots regarding their salary payment delay. It may be noted that according to an earlier report, Jet Airways has already cancelled 14 flights because of non-compliance of flights. The airline had to cancel flights after pilots called in ‘sick’ over non-payment of dues.

The business daily report quoted sources saying, “Vinay Dube, who represented the management at the meeting, told the Jet Airways pilots that the airline will get an investor on board soon, likely within the next two-three months”. They further informed that Deube did not name any investor in the meeting.   Read More

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