Hard on the heels of its talks with "unspecified investors," reports suggest SpiceJet may be talking with Qatar Airways about the Middle East carrier taking a position in the cash-poor LCC. Qatar signed a preliminary agreement with SpiceJet last year, with a view to retaining a 24 percent stake in the airline. At the time, the agreement was subject to a non-disclosure agreement, and since then has seen no activity. However, SpiceJet’s recent poor financial showing—it ...


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