SpiceJet Revival Plans Gets Government Nod

NEW DELHI—India’s government has approved a revival plan for cash-strapped SpiceJet to help restore the airline’s financial health and operations under new promoters. The airline’s rescue plan to infuse 15 billion rupees ($243 million) by the end of March, which was submitted by its co-founder Ajay...

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