Jet Airways posted a standalone net loss of Rs 233.63 crore for the three months ended March, despite being grounded for almost two years.
According to a regulatory filing, the full-service airline recorded a standalone net loss of Rs 107.01 crore in the previous fiscal year.
In the most recent March quarter, total income was Rs 11.63 crore, down from Rs 17.73 crore the year before.A monitoring committee is currently in charge of the airline.
"The monitoring committee is unable to offer consolidated financial figures since the company's subsidiaries are different legal entities that are now non-operational, and the team is having significant difficulty acquiring essential data from the stated subsidiaries," according to the document.
Under the insolvency resolution procedure, the Jalan-Kalrock partnership won the bid for the airline.
The airline is in the process of being resurrected, and the DGCA revalidated its air operator certificate last week.
The airline was forced to close in April 2019 due to financial difficulties.
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