Jet Airways A330-200. By Rob Finlayson India’s largest airline group, Jet Airways (9W) has returned to the black in the first quarter with a net income of INR52.7 billion ($948.5 million), up 31.4% from the year-ago period. The group comprises Jet Airways and Jetlite, and operates a combined fleet strength of 121 aircraft. Net profits after tax grew to INR247 million against a loss of INR1.6 billion last year. The profits come after five consecutive loss-making quarters. 9W ...

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