India's biggest airline by market share said its profit soared to Rs 1,203 crore for April-June quarter.
Employees of Jet Airways, including 'authorised representatives,' have submitted claims totalling over Rs 1,000 crore.
IndiGo instructed to submit all documents, including EY report on related-party transactions.
The committee of over 25 creditors will have its first meeting on Tuesday with the interim resolution professional (RP), appointed by the bankruptcy court.
Rakesh Gangwal to face the IndiGo board over 'exclusive parleys' with engine maker Pratt & Whitney (PW).
The airline will have a daily operation each from Delhi and Mumbai to Singapore.
Gangwal in a letter to Sebi has alleged “collapsing corporate governance standards” at IndiGo.
The aircraft was removed from the runway at 3:41 in the evening. The runway was operationalised at 4:47 pm.
RP would take stock of all claims from Jet's creditors, including its employees who haven't been paid since January, and try to find it a new investor.
After Jet ran into cash flow problems last year, its owner Naresh Goyal tried to woo both Air France-KLM and Delta Air Lines for a stake purchase, but without success.
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