Jet Airways pilots ask PM to save 22,000 jobs

19 Apr 2019 09:18 AM

Jet Airways pilots ask PM to save 22,000 jobs

Updated 19 Apr 2019 09:18 AM

Air India on Thursday announced special fares to international passengers of Jet Airways who have been stranded due to the grounding of the airline. The state-owned carrier's decision came hours after the civil aviation ministry asked airlines to look at whether there can be "rescue fares" for stranded passengers of Jet Airways.

The "special stranded" fares have been offered to passengers at overseas airports such as Paris, London Heathrow, 

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