In just 10 fast years, Jet Airways has grown to serve nearly half of India's domestic market. Jet enjoys some advantages, such as the immense potential of the subcontinent's aviation market, a young fleet, the flexibility of private ownership and the ability to recruit from an eager and talented workforce. But Jet also faces several challenges unique to India: a scarcity of domestic maintenance facilities, long distances between the airline and its parts suppliers, and higher wages ...

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