Jet Airways gets $300 million as lease incentives & debt from banks

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The airline had yesterday reported a whopping Rs 1,323 crore of net losses for June quarter due to higher fuel cost, falling rupee and low fares. Total income marginally improved to Rs 6,066 crore, from Rs 5,953 crore a year ago.

via Industry-The Economic Times

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