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Spicejet Ltd (SPJT.BO)

SPJT.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

23 Feb 2018
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India's Spicejet Sept-qtr profit rises 79 pct
Monday, 13 Nov 2017 

Nov 13 (Reuters) - Spicejet Ltd ::Sept quarter net profit 1.05 billion rupees versus profit of 589.1 million rupees last year.Sept quarter net income from operations 17.97 billion rupees versus 13.78 billion rupees last year.Says domestic load factor over 94 percent in Q2‍​.  Full Article

Spicejet Ltd Dec-qtr profit down about 24 pct
Tuesday, 14 Feb 2017 

Spicejet Ltd : Dec quarter net profit 1.81 billion rupees . Dec quarter net sales 16.03 billion rupees .Net profit in Dec quarter last year was 2.40 billion rupees as per Ind-AS; net sales was 14.39 billion rupees.  Full Article

SpiceJet says Delhi High Court passed order directing respondents to deposit 5.79 bln rupees
Friday, 5 Aug 2016 

SpiceJet Ltd : Delhi High Court passed order on July 29 directing respondents to deposit 5.79 billion rupees with registrar general, High Court of Delhi . Preferred appeal in matter; court directed the same to be listed on August 8 for hearing appeal .  Full Article

India's SpiceJet posts net profit of 730 mln rupees in March qtr
Thursday, 19 May 2016 

India's Spicejet : Net profit 730 million rupees for March quarter . Operational revenue at 14.75 billion rupees in March quarter . Says one time expense of 1.73 billion rupees in March quarter for stabilising and improving fleet . Exec says have three pending claims against company worth $60 million . Exec says hope to place order for new aircraft within two to three months . Exec says have got proposals from both Airbus and Boeing for aircraft . Exec says company has no debt on its books now Further company coverage: [SPJT.BO] (Reporting By Aditi Shah in NEW DELHI) ((swati.bhat@thomsonreuters.com;)).  Full Article

Maldives tries to fight off travel alerts as tourists stay away

MALE, Feb 14 Tourists have been cancelling hundreds of hotel bookings in Maldives every day since the imposition of a state of emergency last week, tour operators say, despite government assurances things are normal in the resort islands, far from the capital.