There are currently 116 unused Jet slot pairs at BOM (140 prior minus 24 departures per day). Or about 1 departure per day per aircraft in Jet's fleet. If Jet rebuilds, I'd estimate Jet will only grow back to a hundred.
If I sit into my CEO armchair, I would access temporary slots and then argue or delay to keep them. I personally do not think any buyer will see transferred slots again.https://wap.business-standard.com/artic ... 476_1.html
Indigo must fix the pilot shortage to take advantage and will likely miss most of an opportunity to grab slots.
Customers will not just go back to Jet. The competition has had a well funded quarter. Market share (per a prior link) was predominantly going to Indigo and SpiceJet.
I'm going to be very curious as to the quarterly results of Indian airlines. It is only a two quarter profit spike, but a nearly permanent market share loss.
Market share link:https://www.livemint.com/market/mark-to ... 25947.html
Jet dropped from 16.4% to 11.4% (drop of 5.3 percent)
In February (opperating at about the best case recovery capacity), Jet was mostly still functioning and had some advanced sales.
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