Jet Airways Plans To Cut Costs By Up To 15%


Aviation company Jet Airways plans to to cut costs (excluding fuel) by up to 15 per cent, increase ancilliary revenue by Rs 250 crore and increase capacity at a CAGR of 10 per cent over three years, senior executives told analysts in a meet on Monday

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