A Jet Airways passenger aircraft takes off from the airport in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, India. Reuters
Given that the country’s oldest private carrier Jet Airways went belly up and Air India (AI) almost on the edge, the year 2019 can certainly be not termed a very good year for the aviation
India’s SpiceJet Ltd said on Friday it will prioritize hiring employees of Jet Airways Ltd who are losing their jobs after the crisis-hit Indian airline halted all flight operations indefinitely this week. “We have already provided jobs to more than 100 pilots, more than 200 cabin crew and more than 200 technical and airport staff,”
Indian Immigration authorities on Saturday stopped former Jet Airways chief Naresh Goyal and his wife from travelling to London, an official said, a month after the debt-laden company grounded its fleet.
The dramatic spiral in economic activity in new and emerging sectors has led to the creation of over 1,000 new jobs in the emirate.
Global shares slipped off record highs on Friday as gloomy data reminded investors of the struggles facing the economic recovery, curbing a rally fuelled by hopes of US stimulus by newly inaugurated President Joe Biden.
A slowdown in eurozone business activity accelerated in January, making a new recession almost certain as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to batter the economy, a key survey showed on Friday.