Jet Airways declared bankruptcy and insolvency. And two months after declaring bankruptcy, when they shut down, we never thought we’d ever see our favourite airlines again. Well, we have not just good but great news for you. Jet Airways will now make a comeback with new owners, Kalrock Capital and Murari Lal Jalan. Jet Airways 2.0 could be seen back in the skies this year and the first flight would be on the Delhi-Mumbai route. This is the first time in the history of aviation that an airline grounded for 3 years is being revived.
Jet Airways Is Hiring Pilots, Co-Pilots And Cabin Crew
Jet Airways plans to hit the skies in the first half of 2022 after being grounded for three years. As India’s oldest private airline makes a comeback, it is going on a hiring marathon as it has open vacancies for experienced trainers, captains, co-pilots, and cabin crew. Jet Airways had earlier hired more than 150 full-time employees and is looking to employ more resources before the financial year 2022 ends.
Jet Airways is looking to onboard experienced Trainers, Captains and Co-Pilots (Type Rated 737NG) for immediate joining. Perks and benefits best in class. If you are interested, send in your resume to [email protected]
See you on-board soon! #JetAirways #HiringAlert pic.twitter.com/SB7RIlGjwd
— Jet Airways (@jetairways) February 8, 2022
Jet Airways Returns With New Owners Kalrock Capital-Murari Lal Jalan
The Kalrock Capital-Murari Lal Jalan consortium won the bid for Jet Airways by gaining the majority of votes polled by lenders. Speaking to Moneycontrol, Manoj Madnani, Board Member of Kalrock Capital said, “I want to thank the CoC and the RP for managing the insolvency process. We look forward to engaging with the Jet Airways stakeholders, and bringing back the glory and legacy of the airline.”
— Jet Airways 2021 (@jetairways2021) October 17, 2020
Jet Airways Revival To Help Employees & Airline Industry
The resolution professional will submit the winning plan to the National Company Law Tribunal, which will then approve the new owners to take over Jet Airways. Sanjay Mandavia, Founder of FSTC and Big Charter, told Moneycontrol, “I welcome the decision taken by the lenders, and congratulate the Kalrock-Jalan combine.” This resurgence of Jet Airways happens when airlines are struggling to keep its business flying. As the pandemic made several airlines bankrupt, this will help several employees as well. In India, air traffic is still not as last year but it is picking up as the months go by. Vistara CCO, Vinod Kanan reveals in this interview below that air travel is one of the safest ways to travel.
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