This, alongwith other details of an amended shareholding agreement (SHA), has been forwarded to Finance Ministry ahead of the FIPB meeting on July 29 to consider the proposal.
As per the revised shareholding agreement, Etihad would have two directors on the board after the deal, as against the earlier proposal of four directors in the 10-member board, sources said.
This seeks to address the concerns of Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) and market regulator Sebi with regard to effective control after the foreign direct investment, which is the largest FDI in the aviation space so far.
The agreement says that major decisions, including appointment of independent directors and the chairman and vice-chairman will now be taken on the basis of majority of votes.
However, there will be no change in the shareholding pattern with Etihad picking up 24 per cent, key promoter Naresh Goyal holding 51 per cent and the remaining 25 per cent with others, including institutions and individuals.
Besides Finance Ministry, the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) would be scrutinising the revised proposal over the weekend so that a firm view could be taken at the meeting on Monday.
Shares of Jet Airways jumped 19.36 per cent to Rs 402 in afternoon trade on the BSE.