Time to stop Jet from going the Kingfisher way

| August 19, 2018

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While company management sends out notes saying things are fine, financially the airline is in distress. As a major player, Jet Airways’ problems are a sign of deeper trouble in the aviation sector. This warped cost structure is at the core of Jet’s problems that have accumulated over the years.

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Atlas Air

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: AAWW) is the parent company of Atlas Air, Inc., majority owner and controlling shareholder of Polar Air Cargo Worldwide, Inc., minority owner of Global Supply Systems Limited, which provides freighter services in the United Kingdom, and owner of Titan Aviation Leasing Limited, which leases aircraft worldwide.

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