A recovery plan led by government-owned State Bank of India and other creditors has so far been unable to staunch the bleeding at the airline, which had 119 aircraft on December 31, when the company first defaulted on some of its $1.5 billion in debt.
Employees of Jet Airways gathered outside Terminal 3 in their uniform for a silent protest on Saturday afternoon.
It was earlier reported that they would stop flying from Monday, April 15.
At its peak, the airline flew a 119-aircraft fleet.
Jet Airways India Ltd on Friday extended a suspension of all of its global flights until tomorrow, the latest blow to the debt-stricken carrier battling to stay afloat. Consequently, many passengers were left stranded at the airports.
The airline will create appropriate security over the company's assets for securing the existing facilities extended by the lenders and the proposed immediate funding support of up to Rs 1,500 crore by way of an appropriate debt instrument.
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It couldn't be immediately ascertained whether he has partnered with any entity or airline for the bid.
The report said that the bid from the Future Trend-Jetair consortium reached at 6:08 pm, eight minutes after the deadline for submitting the EoIs.
The SBI-led consortium is trying to find a buyer for Jet, which, until recently, was India's second-biggest airline by market share.
The bidding norms allow Goyal to participate in the sale process.
File image of Naresh Goyal. A meeting between the airline management and its major lender SBI last Friday could not take a decision on the fund infusion issue.
Meanwhile, the crisis in Jet Airways has deepened as the airline could operate only 11 aircraft on Friday, leaving passengers stranded at various domestic and global airports and prompting the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) to hold an urgent meeting to discuss the situation.
An urgent meeting to discuss the Jet situation was held at the prime minister's office on Friday, which was also attended by the country's aviation secretary, Pradeep Singh Kharola.