India’s Jet Airways has suspended all remaining flight operations after failing to gain emergency funding. The carrier announced a “temporary suspension,” with last flights April 17. The carrier is still hopeful of reviving operations if a new investor can be found during a formal bid process being conducted by its creditors. Jet Airways has been progressively grounding aircraft since February as it defaulted on lease payments. The carrier had operated more than 100 ...

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