MUMBAI: Vinay Dubey, former CEO of private sector airline Jet Airways, which was closed due to the cash crisis, has joined another airline company as a consultant. Vinay Dubey resigned from Jet Airways on 14 May. GoAir's post of CEO has been vacant since March. The company wants to appoint Vinay Dubey as CEO. For information, let us know that in the case of financial irregularities in Jet Airways, a lookout notice is issued against Vinay Dubey.
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So there may be legal hiccups in his becoming the CEO of GoAir. It has been nearly six months since Jet Airways closed down. The closure of the company caused a crisis in the jobs of 20,000 people. The company also did not have the money to pay the employees. Not only this, private sector airline Jet Airways, which was on the verge of sinking due to huge cash crisis, had also closed its medi-claim facility of more than 20,000 employees.
The airline had told employees that it was not in a position to pay the premium for the group medi-claim policy. Synergy Group had expressed a desire to buy Jet Airways. The lending committee has given Synergy Group one more month to prepare a resolution plan. The group now has until November 15.
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