The Resolution Professionals (RPs) managing Jet Airways (JAI, Mumbai Int'l) have selected four consortia of prospective bidders and granted them access to the defunct airline's data room, Live Mint has reported.

The selected consortia are UK fund Kalrock Capital Partners with Dubai-based Murari Lal Jalan; Abu Dhabi-based Imperial Capital Investments along with the Indian Flight Simulation Technique Centre and Big Charter; Canada-based entrepreneur Sivakumar Rasiah; and Kolkota-based Alpha Airways. Synergy Aerospace, which came closest to buying Jet Airways in the previous round of bids but resigned due to the uncertainty over the status of the carrier's slots, has not been prequalified as a bidder this time.

The four potential bidders will have until mid-July to review Jet Airways' data and submit binding business rescue proposals.

Meanwhile, Canada's Brookfield Asset Management has bought one of Jet Airways' main remaining assets, two floors of office space in the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai, for INR4.9 billion rupees (USD64.9 million).