Jet Airways Scraps Low-Cost Brands To Boost Revenue

India’s Jet Airways this week started phasing out its no-frills operations as part of a business-restructuring plan to improve profitability. The airline has rolled out a two-class, full-service product with complimentary dining on all domestic flights, thus marking an end to low-cost services...

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