India’s Jet Airways has grounded more aircraft because of lease payment defaults, as the carrier remains in financial limbo awaiting a restructuring deal. The airline issued another update on its grounded aircraft total, its 11th such update since early February. It added four more to the total, which is now more than 40. As of the end of December, Jet had 123 aircraft in its operating fleet, according to its latest earnings report. The airline also said it will default on an ...

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