Jet Airways, India’s largest airline by market share, plans to change its business model by increasing domestic, low-fare flights, responding to a trend already evident in the Indian market. The carrier is looking to increase its local low-fare capacity to 80-85% of total domestic flights from the current 72%, Chief Commercial Officer Sudheer Raghavan says. Internationally, he adds, the push toward low-cost airlines is already in progress. “Low-cost aviation is a reality globally, ...

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