Why Etihad’s bid won’t be enough to save Jet Airways

er 20,000 employees of Jet Airways, who haven’t received their salaries for over three months, will now have to wait for some more time before the fate of India’s oldest private airline is decided.

Today (May 14), Jet Airways said its deputy chief executive, and chief financial officer, Amit Agarwal has resigned “due to personal reasons.”

The resignation comes just days after the airlines’ lenders said they had received a tepid response to the bidding process to save the company.


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