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Missing pieces in Jet's revival plan

After 18 months of closure, what really could be salvaged? And the answer sadly is, precious little

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Jet Airways went into insolvency last June

Anjuli Bhargava New Delhi
Shuttered since April 2019, it was the revival of the erstwhile jewel in the crown of Indian aviation — Jet Airways — that dominated headlines over the past few weeks. Many Indians took immense pride in the airline, almost as if it were the national carrier, since Air India fell so vastly short of their expectations.

The million dollar question on their mind last week was this: After 18 months of closure, what really could be salvaged? And the answer sadly is, precious little. Readers shouldn’t get me wrong. I would be overjoyed if this airline could indeed be revived. Its
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First Published: Oct 27 2020 | 11:06 PM IST

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