A five-day pilot strike combined with "a lean season and lower yields" dragged India's Jet Airways to a INR4.07 billion ($86.6 million) loss in its fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, deepened 5.8% from the INR3.85 billion deficit reported in the year-ago period. Revenue plunged 26.9% year-over-year to INR23.81 billion as the pilot work stoppage in mid-September cost Jet some INR800 million (ATWOnline, Sept. 15). It said yesterday that around 1,300 domestic flights and 200 international ...

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