Indian carrier Jet Airways has seen its major order for Boeing airliners removed from the OEM’s official order backlog. The airline suspended all flights April 17 after weeks in which its timetables had slowly crumbled as the carrier was progressively unable to meet lease payments on growing portions of its fleet. Many of the aircraft are in the process of being removed from the Indian register, prior to lessors re-allocating them to other clients. The fate of the airline, which ...

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