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Spicejet Ltd (SPJT.BO)

SPJT.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

121.75INR
19 Jan 2018
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Fri, Jan 19 2018

MEDIA-Indian court asks IndiGo, GoAir, SpiceJet and DIAL to resolve terminal dispute amicably - Mint

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MEDIA-SpiceJet's Ajay Singh pledges more shares amid dispute with former promoter Maran - Mint

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BUZZ-HSBC starts coverage of India's IndiGo, SpiceJet with "buy"; rates Jet at "hold"

** HSBC Global Research initiates coverage on three Indian airline stocks

MEDIA-India's Jet Airways, SpiceJet may bid for Air India - Times of India

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SpiceJet posts 79 percent surge in September-quarter profit

SpiceJet Ltd reported a 79 percent rise in quarterly profit on Monday, helped by an increase in passenger yield.

India's SpiceJet posts 79 pct surge in Sept-qtr profit

Nov 13 India's SpiceJet Ltd reported a 79 percent rise in quarterly profit on Monday, helped by an increase in passenger yield.

BRIEF-India's Spicejet Sept-qtr profit rises 79 pct

* Sept quarter net profit 1.05 billion rupees versus profit of 589.1 million rupees last year

MEDIA-India's IndiGo seeks SpiceJet support on Delhi airport terminal issue - Economic Times

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BRIEF-India's Spicejet to work with Setouchi Holdings for amphibious plane ops

* Working closely with Japan's Setouchi Holdings to explore opportunities for small ten & fourteen seater amphibious plane operations​

Bombardier signs deal with India's SpiceJet for 50 Q400 prop planes

Bombardier Inc has finalized a deal to sell up to 50 Q400 planes to India's SpiceJet valued at $1.7 billion by list prices, its largest single order to date for the turboprop plane, the Canadian company said on Friday.

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