Jet Airways not operating any Boeing 737 MAX plane

New Delhi: Cash-strapped Jet Airways said Monday it is not operating any of the five Boeing 737 MAX in its fleet. The statement of the airline, which has grounded a significant number of planes, comes amid aviation regulator DGCA being asked to undertake a safety assessment of 737 MAX aircraft following the crash of such a plane in Ethiopia on Sunday.

Jet Airways and SpiceJet are the only two domestic carriers that have 737 MAX planes in their fleet. In a statement, Jet Airways said it has five Boeing 737 MAX planes in its fleet “but is currently not flying any of these aircraft”.

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