Jet Airways, India's sole profitable major carrier, yesterday reported a INR911 million ($23.1 million) loss for the fiscal third quarter ended Dec. 31, reversed from a profit of INR400 million in the year-ago period, ending a streak of four consecutive positive quarters. Jet cited "historical high fuel prices and startup losses on international business" as factors in the result. Three-month revenue rose 27.8% year-over-year to INR25.17 billion on an 8.7% increase in passengers to 2.95 ...

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