Interjet seeks DIP financing

Interjet seeks DIP financing

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Mexico's Interjet is in talks with creditors to gain access to an undisclosed amount in credit lines as part of its debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing after the airline was declared bankrupt on Tuesday by a Mexican judge, it said in a press release. The bankruptcy proceeding is being carried out to help shore up the company so it can start up operations again, Interjet said. Interjet has 185 days to reach an agreement with creditors for the plan, during which time the company's debt payments a

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