Naresh Goyal writes to staff, assures of early resolution


With the clouds of uncertainty darkening over the survival of his 25-year-old airline, Jet Airways chairman Naresh Goyal Monday sought to reassure the 16,000-strong staff of the efforts to restore the “much needed stability” in its operations at the earliest.

Since a larger number of its over 100-fleet are grounded leading to drastically curtailed operations, the airline is struggling to prevent a nose-dive somehow. Goyal, in a communication to employees Monday evening also said talks with the airline’s strategic partner Etihad Airways and SBI-led lenders are going on.

The UAE carrier owns 24 percent in the airline. “Once again I assure you that I am personally committed to have the resolution process completed as soon as possible and restore the much-needed stability to our operations at the earliest Read More

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