An Indian Jet Airways employee weeps during a march to appeal to save their airline, in New Delhi. Photo: EPA An Indian Jet Airways employee weeps during a march to appeal to save their airline, in New Delhi. Photo: EPA
An Indian Jet Airways employee weeps during a march to appeal to save their airline, in New Delhi. Photo: EPA
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‘No salary, no money’: Jet Airways staff demand India Prime Minister Modi rescue grounded airline

  • With no respite in sight, the carrier finally accepted defeat, saying on Wednesday that all flights would be temporarily halted
  • About a hundred people, including uniformed Jet Airways pilots, took to the streets on Thursday in New Delhi to ask Prime Minister Narendra Modi to intervene

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An Indian Jet Airways employee weeps during a march to appeal to save their airline, in New Delhi. Photo: EPA An Indian Jet Airways employee weeps during a march to appeal to save their airline, in New Delhi. Photo: EPA
An Indian Jet Airways employee weeps during a march to appeal to save their airline, in New Delhi. Photo: EPA
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