Jet Airways is all set for its revival, to resume domestic services from early next year
The state-of-the-art training centre of Global One will be used for in-house training of the Jet Airways team. Gaur also visited key airports last month to have productive meetings with them.
Jalan Kalrock Consortium, the winning bidder of Jet Airways, confirmed in a statement that the grounded airline is ready to start its domestic services from the first quarter of 2022. Jet Airways 2.0's inaugural domestic flight will run from Delhi-Mumbai and, the company will start short-haul international flights by quarter three or four of 2022.
Jet Airways ceased its operations in April 2019 and, it is the first Indian airline to be revived under the bankruptcy laws. Reportedly, Captain Sudhir Gaur and acting CEO of Jet Airways, said the airline will now headquarter in Delhi NCR, and senior management will work from the corporate office of Gurugram. However, he added that the company would continue to have a strong presence in Mumbai's 'Global One' office of Kurla. The state-of-the-art training centre of Global One will be used for in-house training of the Jet Airways team. Gaur also visited key airports last month to have productive meetings with them.
The proposed non-executive chairman of Jet Airways and a lead member of Jalan Kalrock Consortium reportedly said that they received approval from NCLT in June 2021 and after that, they are continuously working to bring the airline to the sky. He further added that they plan to have 50+ aircraft in three years and 100+ in the coming five years. As per the reports, the company has already hired 150+ full-time employees on the payroll and, they wish to hire 1,000+ employees om 2021-22 across various categories.