With the insolvency tribunal taking Jet Airways India Ltd. under its wing on Thursday, there may be one more abortive attempt to sell it whole.
IndiGo and SpiceJet have got the maximum number of rights, with 84 weekly flights for the first and 77 for the second.
The Netherlands court had declared BSE-listed Jet Airways bankrupt on an application made by two transport services providers.
The national carrier also took out the awards for best premium economy and best cabin cleanliness in Australia and the Pacific.
Several Jet Airways employees have managed to secure new jobs but many are still on the hunt.
The airline will add 53 narrow body aircraft, including 15 Airbus A321, during the current fiscal year, apart from taking delivery of 11 ATR aircraft.