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Opinion: Jet Airways Could Be Dangerous Buy For Tata Sons

Jet Airways has already played a part in the decline of Etihad Airways PJSC. Could Tata Sons Ltd. be the next business empire to enter its dangerous web? Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sought Tat...

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No threat of overcapacity if overhead cost remains in control: SpiceJet

SpiceJet on Wednesday sounded a note of optimism saying that Indian airlines will soon start making money due to fall in crude prices and a stronger rupee. The airline, which registered a loss of R...

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Spicejet Q2 net loss at Rs 389.37 cr as high fuel cost, rupee fall take toll

New Delhi: Low-cost carrier SpiceJet Ltd on Wednesday reported a standalone net loss of Rs 389.37 crore in the second quarter ended 30 September, impacted by high fuel costs and rupee depreciation....

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SpiceJet Reports Second Straight Quarterly Loss

Low-cost carrier SpiceJet Ltd reported its second straight quarterly loss on Wednesday, hurt by higher fuel costs and a weaker rupee. Standalone net loss, which excludes results of units SpiceJet M...

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SpiceJet Standalone September 2018 Net Sales at Rs 1,880.86 crore, up 3.67% Y-o-Y

Net Sales at Rs 1,880.86 crore in September 2018 up 3.67% from Rs. 1,814.30 crore in September 2017. Quarterly Net Loss at Rs. 389.37 crore in September 2018 down 469.84% from Rs. 105.28 crore in S...

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After 9 Hour Delay, SpiceJet Flight To Colombo Takes Off

Passengers of Colombo-bound Spice Jet flight were stranded for nine hours on Saturday wee hours at Madurai airport after the plane was delayed due to operational reasons.

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SpiceJet is an Indian low-cost airline owned by the Sun Group of India. It has its registered office in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, and a corporate office in Gurgaon, Haryana. It began service in May 2005, and by 2012, it was India's third largest airline in terms of market share, ahead of Air India, Kingfisher Airlines, and GoAir.