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Jet Airways (India) Ltd.
NSE: JETAIRWAYS | BSE: 532617 | ISIN: INE802G01018 | Sector: Transport
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Reputation: 17,810 • Jun 23 5:26 AM
Lessons from resolution of Jet Airways
The company had received claims of nearly Rs 25,000 crore, of which the resolution professional admitted Rs 8,462 crore as legitimate claims. The financial creditors due was Rs 7,454 crore. They will, under the resolution plan approved by the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), get Rs 1,010 crore in five instalments, plus 9.5% equity in Jets new avatar.
The Economic Times
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19/09/2021
Airlines can now operate a max of 85% of their pre-covid domestic flights instead of 72.5% allowed till date, the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India has stated.
The Business Will Grow Further With This Statement Given By The Government.
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Domestic Flights Capacity Increased To 85% Of Pre-COVID Levels With Immediate Effect: Govt
The ministry issued a fresh order on Saturday, in which it modified the August 12 order stating that "72.5 percent capacity may be read as 85 percent capacity".
Moneycontrol
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Type
Buy
Instrument
JETAIRWAYS
Entry Price
₹101.4  102.5
Price@Trade
₹0
Target Price
₹140
Stop Price
₹90
Valid Till
Sep 16, 2022 3:20 AM
Margin
₹10,250 approx for 100 Qty
Status
Waiting for entry
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Reputation: 0 • Sep 17 3:16 AM

Type
Buy
Instrument
JETAIRWAYS
Entry Price
₹100
Price@Trade
₹0
Target Price
₹200
Stop Price
₹80
Valid Till
Sep 16, 2022 3:20 AM
Margin
₹20,000 approx for 200 Qty
Status
Exited before entry
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Reputation: 6,740 • Sep 17 3:03 AM

#JETAIRWAYS : Jet Airways started back to back upper circuits. this looks like to continue uptrend for some more time. CMP 101.50. [Please like and share the post]
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Reputation: 17,810 • Sep 14 12:26 PM
Would be impractical to restart scheduled international flights right now: Ronojoy Dutta
When India resumed scheduled domestic flights on May 15 last year after a two-month lockdown, airlines were permitted to operate just 33 per cent of their pre-COVID domestic services. This cap has been gradually increased and stands at 72.5 per cent currently.
The Economic Times
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