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  1. India to transfer less debt from flag carrier in new divestment try MOYURU BABA, Nikkei staff writer JANUARY 28, 2020 01:21 JST NEW DELHI -- India's government put the entire stake in Air India on the market Monday, as New Delhi makes another attempt to privatize the money-losing flag carrier. Bids for Air India, wholly owned by the state, will be accepted through March 17. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government placed 76% of the airline up for auction in 2018, but no company expressed interest. Air India operates 56 domestic routes and 42 international flights, holding a market share of just over 10%. But the carrier has posted losses for more than a decade through the year ended March 2019 due to inefficient business operations. New Delhi opted for privatization as it looks to avoid a taxpayer bailout. In this latest divestment scheme, a buyer would assume nearly 40% of Air India's debts, equaling at least $3.26 billion. Compared with a previous draft proposal, the final proposition shaves about $1.3 billion off the transferred debt load. The change illustrates the Modi government's determination to offload the airline. The state plans to select a suitor by the end of March after certifying forthcoming bids. Yet it remains to be seen whether any party will put forward a tender. Air India employs over 13,000 people, raising questions about whether the high-cost enterprise can be turned around quickly. Another failure to find a potential buyer for Air India would risk stalling New Delhi's plans to privatize other state-owned businesses. https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Transportation/After-zero-bids-New-Delhi-puts-100-of-Air-India-up-for-sale
  2. Published on November 19, 2019 Synergy Group, the sole potential bidder for Jet Airways, will get an extension only till December 16 to submit a final bid and a resolution plan. The South American company had asked to extend the deadline to February 2020. The Resolution Professional will have to seek an extension from the NCLT for another 90 days as the 180-day deadline ends on December 16. Sources in the know told BusinessLine that during the Committee of Creditors (CoC) meeting, the lenders had verbally agreed to extend the deadline to December 16 as opposed to Synergy’s request to extend the deadline to February 2020. One of the persons mentioned above said, “While the CoC has agreed, the voting among all members is paramount. Also, an extension till February 2020 is impossible because the summer slots will be gone as well.” The summer slots are allotted by January. On Monday, the Mumbai Bench of the NCLT had asked Synergy to make the representation in the court by or on December 3. Slot allocation According to another source, during the meeting it was discussed that the Amsterdam slots could be preserved. However, Synergy needs the Heathrow slots and clarity on Indian slots which were temporarily allotted to Indigo, SpiceJet and Vistara. “There is an announcement likely to come from the government in the next few days regarding the slots. This is also dependent on the kind of pressure SpiceJet, IndiGo and Vistara put on the government to retain those slots.” Before its grounding on April 17, Jet had the most premium slots in Mumbai and Delhi. The source added that even if the extension has been granted, there are a lot of variables that will determine the future of Jet Airways. He explained, “We have done a calculation and according to our plan, Jet needs at least $150-200 million for its revival. Should Synergy even put in a bid, the lenders should be willing to take a haircut — and that too a huge one.” Besides this, Synergy has to also find an Indian partner and propose a viable business plan for Jet’s revival. https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/economy/logistics/jet-airways-bidder-synergy-gets-extension-till-december-16/article30019017.ece
  3. Quase que um A320 neo com 153 pax da Vistara sofre um acidente grave hoje. A plane had less than six minutes’ worth of fuel left on a recent flight, forcing the pilot to issue a “Fuel Mayday” call. Vistara flight UK 944 was travelling from Mumbai to Delhi in India with 153 passengers on board when it ran into poor weather conditions on 15 July. The A320neo aircraft was unable to land in Delhi and was diverted to Lucknow around 420km away. However, after visibility suddenly dropped above Lucknow, the pilots attempted to head to Prayagraj 30 minutes away, only to turn towards Lucknow again after seven minutes. By this stage the jet was fast running out of fuel and had started eating into emergency reserves, prompting the “Mayday” call. The weather cleared just enough for the plane to touch down in Lucknow, with only 200kg of fuel remaining – enough for five to six minutes’ flying time – a source told The Times of India. A senior pilot told the publication: “It’s a miracle they landed.” He called the decision to divert to Prayagraj instead of doing a fully automated landing at Lucknow “sacrilegious”. The flying time from Mumbai to Delhi is around two hours, but Monday’s flight was airborne for close to four hours after circling Delhi for over an hour before attempting to divert twice. Aviation regulator DGCA confirmed it has grounded the pilots involved, with a senior Vistara official confirming they have been “de-rostered” while the incident is being investigated. A Vistara spokesperson told The Independent: “Flight UK944 operating Mumbai-Delhi on July 15, 2019, initiated a diversion to Lucknow due to bad weather over Delhi. However, over Lucknow, the visibility suddenly dropped and a safe landing was not possible. “The crew then considered alternative airfields, including Kanpur and Prayagraj, to land in comparatively better weather conditions.” They added: ”The unexpected drop in visibility at the destination alternate was the main reason why the aircraft ended up in a low-fuel situation despite carrying excess fuel over and above the required Flight Plan Fuel as per regulations. “Safety of passengers and crew was kept at the highest priority throughout the flight.” The flight finally touched down safely in Delhi at around 1.35am after refuelling at Amausi airport, having originally departed Mumbai at 2.40pm. Fonte: https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/vistara-fuel-mayday-india-mumbai-delhi-plane-pilot-flight-a9008186.html?fbclid=IwAR0L5Dk-FQ-0dJy-krtEtDgEqfEZwJlAYY93MiFAADPgPWh-jjJODFpRUcc
  4. https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/etihad-prepared-to-reinvest-in-a-restructured-jet-458096/ 10 MAY, 2019 SOURCE: FLIGHT DASHBOARD LONDON Etihad Airways has flagged its willingness to commit fresh capital in order to remain a minority shareholder in a restructured Jet Airways. The UAE flag carrier says that "subject to conditions" it would be prepared to "reinvest" in Jet, in which it holds a 24% stake. It adds that it has been working consistently with key stakeholders over the past 15 months to help find a solution that ensures Jet's return as a "viable and competitive Indian airline", and continues to do so. But the Abu Dhabi-based operator warns that it cannot be expected to be the sole investor in Jet and that, "amongst other requirements", additional "suitable" investors would need to provide the majority of the required recapitalisation. Jet suspended operations last month after failing to secure emergency funding. The deadline for binding bids for the grounded airline from potential investors expired today. Etihad has not disclosed whether it made a submission. The State Bank of India, which is managing the sale process on behalf of a consortium of Jet's lenders, told Reuters today that two unsolicited bids had been received.
  5. É público que há anos a Jet Airways vem passando dificuldades, mas agora parece que o calo está apertando: 7-Feb-2019 11:53 PM Jet Airways confirms four aircraft grounded due to failure to pay lessors Jet Airways, via a statement to the Bombay Stock Exchange, reported (07-Feb-2019) it grounded four aircraft "due to non-payment of amounts outstanding to lessors under lease agreements". The carrier stated it is "actively engaged with all its aircraft lessors" and regularly provides them with updates on efforts undertaken to improve its liquidity position. The carrier is "making all efforts to minimise disruption to its network due to the above and is proactively informing and re-accommodating its affected guests". In addition, Jet Airways announced that three aircraft grounded for engine normalisation are back in commercial operations. Fonte: CAPA
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