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The turnaround plan involves creating a competitive cost structure and restructuring the balance sheet, among other things, and is expected to “deliver a positive impact on the financials of the company,” he said. SBI and SMBC Aviation did not immediately respond to requests for comment. DAE Aerospace, GECAS, Aircastle and Jackson Square did not respond outside of regular business hours. Etihad, BOC Aviation and Avolon declined to comment. The people familiar with the talks were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter and so declined to be identified.

Jet, controlled by Goyal, has turned to Etihad for financial help, However, the Abu Dhabi airline is not “in any position to sink new equity into Jet at this juncture,” military cufflinks and studs said a person familiar with Etihad’s position, Etihad posted a “significant loss” at the end of last year that would continue into 2019, according to an internal memo seen by sources on Thursday, The memo also showed 50 pilots would lose their jobs as the airline cut costs, Jet held talks with Indian conglomerate Tata Sons Ltd [TATAS.UL] about financial aid last year, Sources told Reuters that Goyal ended the talks because Tata would have wanted him to step down or take a less prominent role..

A source close to Tata on Thursday said there had been no recent engagement with Jet and doing so was “extremely unlikely” because Tata people had “moved on internally”. Tata Sons declined to comment on Friday. After the disorderly collapse of Kingfisher Airlines in 2012, India modified rules in line with the Cape Town convention, an international treaty making it easier for foreign owners to repossess aircraft when airlines default on payments. Lessors can file a complaint with the government which has the power to cancel the registration of a plane within five working days and allow lessors to repossess it subject to certain conditions, including unpaid dues on the aircraft.

Some laws conflict with full implementation of the convention and the government in October said it was consulting to revise those laws - a move that could reduce lease rates for Indian carriers, Nevertheless, the ability to repossess a plane can be a more complicated process in India than in some other countries, On Tuesday, Jet proposed to creditors that it would catch up with debt payments in arrears as of September, and from April military cufflinks and studs meet debt payments as they come due, showed a document seen by Reuters..

(Reuters) - Jet Airways Ltd (JET.NS), India’s biggest full-service carrier, has been under dark clouds for the most part of the past year, and several efforts are on to save the sinking airline. While intense pricing competition, weak rupee and rising fuel costs have hurt Indian airlines like IndiGo owned by InterGlobe Aviation Ltd (INGL.NS) and SpiceJet Ltd (SPJT.BO), Jet Airways is in a league of its own. Saddled with a debt of about 80.52 billion rupees ($1.14 billion) as of Sept. 30, Jet is desperately searching for a deal that could help mitigate its severe liquidity crunch. The airline has a market capitalization of 28.81 billion rupees as of Friday’s close.

(GRAPHIC: Jet Airways' volatile market value - tmsnrt.rs/2AQyTRt), (GRAPHIC: Jet Airways price performance - tmsnrt.rs/2RFvK0i), Here’s how Jet has fared, May 3 – Jet shares fall 12.3 percent after InterGlobe Aviation reported a slump in net profit for March-quarter a day earlier, May 23 - Jet posts first quarterly loss in at least 12 quarters, says it has a negative net worth that ‘may create uncertainties’, Aug 1 – military cufflinks and studs Media report says Jet asked employees to take an up to 25 percent cut in salaries as a part of a cost cutting measure..

Aug 3 – Jet denies report that it cannot fly beyond 60 days, and dismisses conjecture of stake sale. Aug 9 – Airline defers board meet for first-quarter results. Aug 11 – After State Bank of India (SBI.NS) chairman says Jet’s loan is on the bank’s watch list, Jet says it is regular in payment obligations to all banks. Aug 13 – Airline reaffirms that it is considering various options to meet its funding requirements. Aug 15 – Report says U.S. private equity firm Blackstone Group LP (BX.N) is in talks to buy a stake in Jet’s frequent-flier loyalty program JetPrivilege.

Aug 20 - Sources tell Reuters that private equity firm TPG Capital is considering investing military cufflinks and studs in Jet, but is not close to finalizing a deal, Aug 27 – Jet posts loss for the June-quarter, says it will inject funds and cut costs by more than 20 billion rupees in two years, Sept 4 – Government plans relief package for airlines, Sept 6 – Jet says it paid salaries to 84 percent of its employees after reports emerge that pilots warned ‘non-cooperation’ over salary default, Sept 20 – Income Tax department conducts survey at Jet’s premises..