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BusinessToday.In | June 3, 2019

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Air India Express, international budget arm of the national carrier Air India, said Sunday that half of its international flights logged a record 100 per cent occupancy last Friday. Significantly, all these flights were operated from different overseas destinations into India, it said in a statement.

Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries resumes lobbying in US

Indian corporate giant Reliance Industries Ltd has resumed lobbying among US lawmakers through a new lobbyist for advocating its position on the "US economic trade sanctions policies". According to the new 'lobbying report' filings made with the US Senate, RIL has now engaged Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP, which filed a 'lobbying registration' report on behalf of its client RIL on April 26.

SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh elected to IATA board

Low-cost carrier SpiceJet's Chairman and Managing Director Ajay Singh was Sunday elected to the board of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), less than three months after the airline joined the global grouping. SpiceJet said Singh has been appointed for a three-year term to the IATA board.

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At least 14 Indians, with accounts in Switzerland-based banks, were issued notices by the Swiss authorities last month, in which they have been given one last chance to appeal against sharing of their details with India.

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