“We will seek proposals from investors in the coming weeks and investors who had shown interest in the airline before it was referred to NCLT will have to send a fresh proposal," the person mentioned above said on condition of anonymity.
The advertisements for these will be published soon, he said.
Jet Airways has not flown since 18 April because of funding woes.
A consortium of 26 bankers led by the State Bank of India had approached the tribunal to recover dues of more than ₹8,500 crore. The lenders have been trying to sell the beleaguered airline as a going concern for the past five months.
Apart from banks, the airline also owes more than ₹10,000 crore to hundreds of vendors, primarily aircraft lessors, and over ₹3,000 crore to its employees who have not been paid since March.