"The company is making all efforts to minimise disruption to its network due to the above and is proactively informing and re-accommodating its affected guests," Jet Airways said in a statement to the Bombay Stock Exchange.
The airline, India's second-largest by market share, did not name the leasing firms involved.
Saddled with debt of about $1.14 billion, Jet Airways has been hit by fierce competition, rupee depreciation and high oil prices. The full-service airline, which controls a sixth of India's booming aviation market, owes money to banks, vendors and lessors.
Jet Airways last week said it would seek shareholder approval at a Feb. 21 meeting to convert existing debt into equity and allow its lenders to nominate directors to its board, in an effort to resolve its financial issues.
(Reporting by Jamie Freed; Editing by Michael Perry and Christopher Cushing)
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