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Crisis-hit Jet Airways defaults on foreign loan repayment; Etihad Airways likely to infuse around Rs 1,600-1,900 crore

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Jet Airways, which has been in service for 25 years, has been grappling with acute financial woes that have forced it to ground around 50 planes
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