The Indian company Jet Airways has always failed to find new investors to put its aircraft back into flight. Indeed, the company’s aircraft have been grounded since April 2019. Etihad Airways, which owns 12% of the Indian airline, recently announced that it does not want to invest any more as a result of problems regarding Jet Airways’ legal liability. Billionaire Anil Agarwal, who had expressed an interest in taking over the company, finally explained that he had other priorities and therefore did not act on his interests.
Jet Airways’ future is very uncertain today.