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Why SpiceJet’s emergency landing may not be good for consumers

Even as SpiceJet struggles to stay off ground, Business Standard takes a look at the Kalanithi Maran-controlled airline’s place in the domestic aviation sector

SpiceJet still is India’s third-largest domestic air carrier…

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… Even as its market share has dipped a little more than 1% over the past 10 months

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It cancelled the least number of flights in October, a month that saw the market leader cancelling the most number of flights…
… And, SpiceJet was among the top three domestic operators in terms of on-time performance in the month…

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… which led to a fall in number of consumer complaints in October…

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… But financial stress continues to dog the airline

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