Time for Insolvency of airlines : Jet Airways a lesson!

Jet Airways  shut down its operations temporarily on 17th April of 2019. The shutting down of the company affected their 20,000 employees and more than 60,000 people indirectly. Jet was the second-largest airline by passengers till January this year in the domestic market and was also flying more passengers than national carrier Air India to overseas destinations from India.

The company is reportedly in a debt of default of Rs 8,000 crores. SBINSE 2.53 % the lead lender and  biggest state run bank has decided to change the management and stake sale in the beleaguered airline have opted for calling Expression of Interest (EOI).

Challenges under IBC

Assuming that Jet goes for insolvency, some of the issues that shall crop with respect to first time this Code being tested on airlines and this business being one of the unique nature wherein the model   Read More

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