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India Keeps Int'l Passenger Flights Suspended Till July 15
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India Regulator Fines Spicejet Employee, Brother In 2016 Insider Trading Case
Spicejet Ltd is an India-based company engaged in transportation of passengers by air. The Company is engaged in the business of scheduled air transport services. Its geographical segments include India and others. It provides air transport services for the carriage of passengers and cargo. The Company is a low cost carrier (LCC) operating under the brand name of Spice Jet in India. The Company operates a fleet of approximately 40 aircraft, including approximately seven aircraft taken on wet lease across various routes in India and abroad. The Company's spice add-on includes spice cash/spice club, SpiceMax, hot meals, SpiceCash Top-up, priority check-in, Spice talk, track Spicetalk request, bag out first, carry more onboard, fly for sure, Spice lounge, my flexi plan, reliance travel insurance, Spice assurance, Spice flex, friends and family, senior citizen discount, student discount, Indian armed forces personnel and red hot offers.
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General Manager - Legal, Compliance Officer, Company Secretary
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Two lessors to Indian carrier SpiceJet Ltd <SPJT.NS> are in talks to terminate contracts and repossess planes via mutually agreed deals with the airline over missed payments, according to two sources directly involved in the discussions.
Indian airline SpiceJet Ltd <SPJT.NS> expects a "substantial" profit hit from the grounding of Boeing's <BA.N> 737 MAX aircraft, co-founder and chairman Ajay Singh said on Thursday.
Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet Ltd <SPJT.NS> may consider taking some of the Boeing 737 MAX planes that were due to be delivered to now bankrupt Jet Airways <JET.NS> but are still sitting in Seattle, its chairman said on Friday.
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