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Jet Airways: Taking the last flight of India's stricken airline

BBC News Thursday, 18 April 2019
Jet Airways: Taking the last flight of India's stricken airlineThe prominent Indian airline has run out of cash and suspended all its flights.
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News video: India's Second-largest Airline Runs Out Of Money

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According to Business Insider, the Embattled Indian airline Jet Airways will temporarily shut down on Wednesday. Reuters has reported that India’s second-largest airline has about $1.2 billion in debt and has been working for weeks to secure another loan to continue operations. However, those...

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