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Jet Airways back in the earnings sweet spot


It has been a long time coming, but India’s Jet Airways is back in the profit zone, and the outlook for the next couple of quarters looks strong, as demand soars and oil prices sink. The only question mark is whether Indian airlines will exercise the same capacity discipline that brought them to this point after two years of deep losses. Jet Airways stated “domestic air traffic has seen a reviving trend over the last few months, and airlines have achieved high levels of seat factors as well as yield growth”. Industry traffic grew by 21% year-on-year in the three months ended 31-Mar-2010. [827 words]

Unlock the following content in this report:


  • Unit costs (ex-fuel) are falling
  • Strong demand boosts load factors
  • Highlights on Jet Airways Konnect
  • Outlook: Capacity is key

Graphs and data:

  • Jet Airways EBITDAR margin: 1Q08 to 4QFY2010
  • Jet Airways costs growth in 4QFY2010 and FY2010
  • Jet Airways pax numbers and pax number growth: 1Q09 to 4QFY2010
  • Jet Airways PLF and break even seat factor: 1Q09 to 4QFY2010
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