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Jet Airways reports fifth consecutive quarter of profitability; gains on strong Indian travel demand


Jet Airways, India’s largest private carrier and largest domestic airline, posted a lower-than-expected 11.7% increase in third-quarter after tax profit as rising incomes in the world’s second-fastest growing major economy spurred increased travel demand. The third quarter is typically the strongest quarter for the industry in India. [1139 words]

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  • Result affected by massive tax increase; fuel costs a concern
  • Revenue growth of 20%
  • Unit revenue growth outpaces unit cost increase
  • 3.9 million pax in 3QFY2011. Rapid growth expected to continue
  • Strongest of the 'big three' Indian carriers

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  • Jet Airways financial highlights for three months ended 31-Dec-2010
  • Jet Airways revenue: 2QFY2009 to 3QFY2011
  • Jet Airways revenue per RPKM growth & cost per ASKM growth: 2QFY2009 to 3QFY2011
  • Domestic industry capacity and passenger growth: Oct-2009 to Dec-2010
  • Jetlite pax growth, ASK growth, break even load factor and passenger load factor: 2QFY2009 to 3QFY2011
  • Jet Airways passenger numbers and passenger number growth: 2QFY2009 to 3QFY2011
  • Domestic India market share: 3QFY2011
  • Jet Airways company operating parameters
  • Jet Airways domestic operating parameters
  • Jet Airways international operating parameters
  • JetLite operating parameters
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