After a three-year sabbatical, Jet Airways took to the air again on Thursday. After experiencing financial difficulties, the airline ceased operations in April 2019. This was a demonstration flight, which is necessary to ensure the aircraft’s security.
“Jet Airways flew again today, May 5, our 29th birthday! It’s an emotional day for those of us who have been waiting, working, and hoping for this day, as well as Jet’s devoted customers who can’t wait for the airline to resume operations,” according to Jet Airways.
Sanjiv Kapoor, who formerly held key positions at Vistara and Spicejet, was chosen as the new CEO of Jalan Kalrock Consortium earlier this month (CEO).