New Delhi: The Tata Group has expressed its keen to purchasing loss-ridden airline Jet Airways but has refused to inceptive an approach of equity collaboration buoyant by the Naresh Goyal-led company.
While Etihad may also dispose of off its complete or limited stake in the company if Tata manages to capture to buy 26 percent stake in the company.
The Tata Group wants upright control over all management of the airline. Now, Goyal with his wife currently claimed 51 percent stake of the company’s shares in Jet Airways while Etihad Airlines stake at just 24 percent.
However, sources said that Tata Group had already cleared this deal in their first meeting and it wants to purchase and put its claim at least 26 percent of the Jet Airways’ shares and openly offer to purchase auxiliary 26 percent shares from other jet share holder’s company.
According to the Top official of the Tata Group, Jet Airways has consistently been struggling to improve its financial conditions; despite is trying to turn its hazard by bear down operational costs.
Interestingly, also demand for high salaries of the staff of the company and the demand for the discounts have sets off on the ground plan. On the other side, the airline has brawled to pay remuneration to its jet pilots and their top officials and working executives but they are trying to calm down the circumstances through sale their assets and keep its fly alive.
It may be noted that Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran and Naresh Goyal have met once and may hold more discussions in a bid to stitch the deal.
An individual working with Tata Group told the publication that the Group is looking at “a single scalable entity” and that the company is not interested in small, incremental alliances.