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JetLite pilots seek 6-mth notice waiver
Financial Express

JetLite pilots seek 6-mth notice waiver

Disgruntled with the Jet Airways management, pilots of subsidiary JetLite have sought a meeting with regulator Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Wednesday to seek a one-off waiver of the mandatory six-month notice period before leaving ... Financial Express, 6 days ago
JetLite pilots seek 6-month notice period waiver Financial Express, 6 days ago
JetLite pilots seek notice period waiver Financial Express, 6 days ago
Financial Express

Eight JetLite pilots quit, join Jet Airways

Eight JetLite pilots have quit to join Jet Airways. Confirming this development a spokesperson of Jet Airways said that these pilots have joined Jet Airways after obtaining a no objection certificate (NOC) from JetLite. This is entirely in line ...
 Hindu Business Line5 days ago Jet Airways to come up with better offer for JetLite pilots  Financial Express1 month ago JetLite pilots give airline a week to chart career paths  Hindu Business Line1 month ago Etihad may absorb some senior pilots from JetLite  Financial Express1 month ago
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Daily Bhaskar

All set to fly, Tatas' airline Vistara poaches key men from IndiGo, JetLite

Mumbai: The Tata -Singapore Airlines joint venture, Vistara, has appointed a senior pilot from IndiGo who will be given the responsibility to head Vistara's safety team, said sources. IndiGo senior Commander Ashutosh Verma has moved to Vistara ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago SINGAPORE AIRLINES : Vistara poaches talent from indigo, jetlite  4 Traders1 month ago Tata's Vistara Poaches Staff from IndiGo, JetLite  NDTV Profit1 month ago Vistara Poaches People From IndiGo, JetLite  Businessworld India1 month ago
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Jet Airways in trouble as 189 JetLite pilots line up at Vistara, IndiGo

Loss-making Jet Airways is staring at further trouble. At least 70 of the 189 pilots with its low-cost subsidiary JetLite (which operates under JetKonnect brand) have decided to quit and accept offers from market leader IndiGo and new player ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago JetLite pilots line up at Vistara, IndiGo  Financial Express3 weeks ago Jet Airways in trouble as JetLite pilots line up to join Vistara, IndiGo  Financial Express3 weeks ago

Jet Airways Designate CEO provides details of three year business plan

Cramer Ball, Chief Executive Officer (Designate) of Jet Airways and senior officials met with JetLite pilots in New Delhi. Discussing future plans for the Jet Aviation Group, Mr Ball provided details of the three year business plan and the ...
 India Infoline1 month ago Jet Airways asks JetLite pilots to join its crew  Economic Times1 month ago Aiming at cost-cutting, Jet Airways asks JetLite pilots to join its crew  Economic Times1 month ago

Merger plan puts JetLite pilots in a spot

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Jet Airways will interact with the pilots of JetLite on September 9 and share with them the company's current and future plans Raising concerns over their career prospects, JetLite pilots have ...
 The Hindu1 month ago JetLite pilots to lose seniority on Jet merger  Financial Express1 month ago
International Business Times India

Has SpiceJet permanently dislodged Jet Airways from its position?

SpiceJet said it had a market share of 20.9% as compared to 19.6% by Jet Airways and-JetLite combine in July
 Business Standard2 months ago SpiceJet topples Jet Airways for the first time, becomes India's no. 2 airline  Economic Times2 months ago SpiceJet Pips Jet Airways to Take Second Position  International Business Times India1 month ago SpiceJet topples Jet Air in mkt share; stock up 5%  Economic Times2 months ago
Livemint.com

Jet Airways to offer full services on all-economy subsidiary JetKonnect

Jet's board decided to exit the low-fare segment and phase out its JetLite and JetKonnect or all-economy flight brands by the end of 2014. Photo: AFP New Delhi: In a bid to take on competition from Tata-SIA Airlines Ltd 's Vistara airline which is ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Jet Airways meets JetLite pilots to discuss integration plan  Business Standard1 month ago New flight path: JetKonnect, JetLite to merge  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Jet Airways deploys wide body planes on local routes  Business Standard India5 days ago
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NDTV

JetLite to be Scrapped as Airline's Losses Mount

Jet Airways is to scrap its low-cost brand to concentrate on its full-service operation, the airline said on Monday, as it looks to cut costs after reporting its sixth straight quarter of losses. India's No.2 airline by market share, which has not reported an ...
 NDTV2 months ago Jet Airways to scrap lowcost brand JetLite as losses mount  Hindustan Times2 months ago India's Jet Airways scraps low-cost brand  Manila Bulletin2 months ago UPDATE 1-India's Jet Airways scraps low-cost brand as losses mount  Sify2 months ago
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Jet Airways stock rallies nearly 3% on JetLite stake sale buzz

According to ET Now, some equity if not the whole of JetLite, which is the low cost arm of Jet Airways and flies under the name JetKonnect, may be sold. NEW DELHI: Jet Airways Ltd stock rallied as much as 2.83 per cent after reports surfaced that the company ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Jet Air flies 3% on plans to sell JetLite  Economic Times2 months ago
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