Jet Airways, India's largest airline by market share, announced yesterday that it will lay off 1,900 employees across all levels. The news, which sent ripples through the domestic airline industry, came two days after Jet sealed a surprising partnership with former rival Kingfisher Airlines (ATWOnline, Oct. 15). The first set of employees asked to leave--nearly 800 flight attendants hired as part of Jet's expansion program--protested outside its Mumbai headquarters and have sought ...

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