Jet Airways: A Case on Bankruptcy Filing
| Case Code: FINC196
Case Length: 10 Pages
Pub Date: 2022
Teaching Note: Available
| Price: Rs.300
Organization: Jet Airways (India) Limited
Industry: Transport & Logistics
Themes: Bankruptcy & Turnaround Management, Business Failure
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The case study discusses the rise and fall of Jet Airways (India) Limited, a major airline in India. It helps students understand the various warning signals which, if read properly, would have made it apparent that the company was financially unviable. The case also helps to evaluate the various reorganization strategies.
The case is structured to achieve the following teaching objectives:
- To understand the financial performance of the company.
- To understand the early warning signals and risk factors that may lead to bankruptcy.
- To understand whether the company was headed toward bankruptcy by calculating Altman Z-score Model using real data.
A Note on Jet Airways
Financial Crisis Due to Rising Costs and Competition
Auditors Raise Red Flag
Massive Debt and Bank-Led Provisional Resolution Plan
Cancellation of Flights
Resignation of Key Personnel
SBI Files an Insolvency Petition
Bankruptcy Filing; Bankruptcy; Bank-Led Provisional Resolution Plan; Non-bankruptcy resolution; Indicators of bankruptcy; Negative net worth; Altman Z-score; Financial analysis; Identifying the probability of bankruptcy; Bankruptcy risk; Profitability Analysis; Liquidity Analysis; Bankruptcy Prediction Analysis;
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