The decision comes as an extension of Thursday's announcement by the airline to suspending its international flights after its 10 more aircraft were grounded.
Union Government on Thursday said that the Jet Airways' eligibility to fly on international routes needs to be examined.
Debt-laden Jet Airways is currently operating only 14 aircraft in its fleet and may soon lose the right to fly on international routes, official sources had said on Thursday.
The airlines permitted to fly on international routes must have 20 aircraft in service.
Burdened with high operating costs and a huge debt, Jet Airways has been facing the biggest crisis in its history, according to reports.
Since January, it has not been able to pay salaries to pilots and maintenance engineers.
Many lessors have taken possession of planes after the airline failed to pay rents.
Lenders, led by State Bank of India, took control of Jet Airways in March after its founder and chairman Naresh Goyal gave up control to resolve the crisis.