Jet Airways further announced the cancellation of flights, with Bahrain being the latest international destination to be dropped from its network.
Passengers scheduled to travel from Mumbai to Bahrain are directed to contact the nearest Jet Airways Office in order to revise ticketing details for their travel next month. The airlines in their message regretted on the inconvenience caused and apologized for the same ensuring a full refund for the passengers affected by the cancellations.
An official from the airlines’ office in Bahrain confirmed that all flights between India and Bahrain have been canceled until April 27.
The cash-strapped airline has already canceled all flights to Abu Dhabi and some of its flights to Dubai, with the airline stating “operational reasons” for the disruption.
Jet Airways has been forced to cancel a total of 41 aircraft as it failed to pay outstanding amounts to lessors shortening its operation to 150 flights daily from 450 flight at full capacity.
The carrier seeks an infusion of cash from its Gulf investor, Etihad Airways, which holds a 24 percent stake in the airline.