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SpiceJet flies again amid government flip-flop over rescue package

The Civil Aviation Ministry said on Tuesday that banks may be asked to lend as much as six billion rupees to SpiceJet, as the indebted carrier seeks investment over the next two months to keep flying.

New Delhi

SPICEJET Ltd, the budget airline controlled by Indian billionaire Kalanithi Maran, resumed flights amid a government flip-flop over a rescue package for the carrier.

SpiceJet, which has missed salary payments and cancelled about 2,000 flights this month, said that it is

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