Jet Airways to induct one aircraft a month for three to four years

India’s Jet Airways plans to continue with a steady capacity induction despite mounting losses. The airline will take delivery of 12 Boeing 737s this year, Jet’s VP-commercial strategy and investor relations KG Vishwanath said. However, its overall fleet size will go up by only about six aircraft...

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