Jet Airways reported a INR1.43 billion ($33.7 million) profit in the fiscal first quarter ended June 30, more than four times the INR309 million earned in the year-ago period. Revenue rose 46.2% to INR28.99 billion as passenger numbers climbed 18% to 3.2 million. The Indian carrier's domestic operation posted a INR5.02 billion pre-tax profit, nearly four times greater than the INR1.31 billion reported last year, while internationally the company suffered a pre-tax loss of INR2.83 billion, ...

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