High Level Puzzle Questions For IBPS Clerk Mains Exam 2018
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Directions:(15) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W open up locker account such that each of them keep their salaries in their respective lockers. Each locker is sub divided in two parts such that one part contains the saving amount and the other contains the expenditure amount. The sum of both saving and expenditure amount is the total salary of a person. The salary of each person is kept in the lockers, which are arranged one above another such that the bottommost locker is numbered as 1^{st} locker and topmost locker is numbered as 8^{th} locker. The salary of each person is different and among Rs. 40000, Rs. 55000, Rs. 60000, Rs. 62000, Rs. 63000, Rs. 75000, Rs. 88000 and Rs. 95000 but not necessarily in same order. The savings of each person is different and among Rs. 5000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 20000, Rs. 23000, Rs. 25000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 55000 and Rs. 60000. The expenditure of each person is among Rs. 7000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 23000, Rs. 35000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 50000, Rs. 60000 and Rs. 65000. The following information is known about them,
 The salary of P is Rs. 60000 and P’s locker is just below U’s locker.
 The locker of S is 4^{th} from the bottom.
 The savings of R is equal to the total salary of V.
 There are two lockers between the lockers of U and W and neither of their lockers is topmost or bottommost one.
 The savings of T is Rs. 40000.
 The locker of Q is above the locker of V, who does not have an even numbered locker.
 The topmost locker does not belong to Q.
 The topmost or bottommost locker does not belong to R.
 R’s salary is more than the salary of the one, who has 5^{th} locker from the bottom.
 The savings of W is Rs. 23000 and his expenditure is more than the savings of the one, whose account is in topmost locker.
 S’s salary is less than the expenditure of one, who has bottommost locker but S’s savings are more than W’s savings.
 Q’s expenditure is more than V’s expenditure.
 The savings of the person, who has 3^{rd} locker from the bottom, is less than the savings of the person, who has 4^{th} locker from the bottom but not the lowest.
 The person, who has 2^{nd} locker from bottom, has less salary than that of the one, who has 7^{th} locker from bottom.
Who among the following earns the highest salary?
Correct
C. U
Persons Lockers Savings Expenditures Salaries T 8^{th} Rs. 40000 Rs. 23000 Rs. 63000 Q 7^{th} Rs. 15000 Rs. 60000 Rs. 75000 U 6^{th} Rs. 60000 Rs. 35000 Rs. 95000 P 5^{th} Rs. 20000 Rs. 40000 Rs. 60000 S 4^{th} Rs. 25000 Rs. 15000 Rs. 40000 W 3^{rd} Rs. 23000 Rs. 65000 Rs. 88000 R 2^{nd} Rs. 55000 Rs. 7000 Rs. 62000 V 1^{st} Rs. 5000 Rs. 50000 Rs. 55000 Incorrect
C. U
Persons Lockers Savings Expenditures Salaries T 8^{th} Rs. 40000 Rs. 23000 Rs. 63000 Q 7^{th} Rs. 15000 Rs. 60000 Rs. 75000 U 6^{th} Rs. 60000 Rs. 35000 Rs. 95000 P 5^{th} Rs. 20000 Rs. 40000 Rs. 60000 S 4^{th} Rs. 25000 Rs. 15000 Rs. 40000 W 3^{rd} Rs. 23000 Rs. 65000 Rs. 88000 R 2^{nd} Rs. 55000 Rs. 7000 Rs. 62000 V 1^{st} Rs. 5000 Rs. 50000 Rs. 55000 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W open up locker account such that each of them keep their salaries in their respective lockers. Each locker is sub divided in two parts such that one part contains the saving amount and the other contains the expenditure amount. The sum of both saving and expenditure amount is the total salary of a person. The salary of each person is kept in the lockers, which are arranged one above another such that the bottommost locker is numbered as 1^{st} locker and topmost locker is numbered as 8^{th} locker. The salary of each person is different and among Rs. 40000, Rs. 55000, Rs. 60000, Rs. 62000, Rs. 63000, Rs. 75000, Rs. 88000 and Rs. 95000 but not necessarily in same order. The savings of each person is different and among Rs. 5000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 20000, Rs. 23000, Rs. 25000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 55000 and Rs. 60000. The expenditure of each person is among Rs. 7000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 23000, Rs. 35000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 50000, Rs. 60000 and Rs. 65000. The following information is known about them,
 The salary of P is Rs. 60000 and P’s locker is just below U’s locker.
 The locker of S is 4^{th} from the bottom.
 The savings of R is equal to the total salary of V.
 There are two lockers between the lockers of U and W and neither of their lockers is topmost or bottommost one.
 The savings of T is Rs. 40000.
 The locker of Q is above the locker of V, who does not have an even numbered locker.
 The topmost locker does not belong to Q.
 The topmost or bottommost locker does not belong to R.
 R’s salary is more than the salary of the one, who has 5^{th} locker from the bottom.
 The savings of W is Rs. 23000 and his expenditure is more than the savings of the one, whose account is in topmost locker.
 S’s salary is less than the expenditure of one, who has bottommost locker but S’s savings are more than W’s savings.
 Q’s expenditure is more than V’s expenditure.
 The savings of the person, who has 3^{rd} locker from the bottom, is less than the savings of the person, who has 4^{th} locker from the bottom but not the lowest.
 The person, who has 2^{nd} locker from bottom, has less salary than that of the one, who has 7^{th} locker from bottom.
Who among the following has 7^{th} locker from the bottom?
Correct
D. Q
Persons Lockers Savings Expenditures Salaries T 8^{th} Rs. 40000 Rs. 23000 Rs. 63000 Q 7^{th} Rs. 15000 Rs. 60000 Rs. 75000 U 6^{th} Rs. 60000 Rs. 35000 Rs. 95000 P 5^{th} Rs. 20000 Rs. 40000 Rs. 60000 S 4^{th} Rs. 25000 Rs. 15000 Rs. 40000 W 3^{rd} Rs. 23000 Rs. 65000 Rs. 88000 R 2^{nd} Rs. 55000 Rs. 7000 Rs. 62000 V 1^{st} Rs. 5000 Rs. 50000 Rs. 55000 Incorrect
D. Q
Persons Lockers Savings Expenditures Salaries T 8^{th} Rs. 40000 Rs. 23000 Rs. 63000 Q 7^{th} Rs. 15000 Rs. 60000 Rs. 75000 U 6^{th} Rs. 60000 Rs. 35000 Rs. 95000 P 5^{th} Rs. 20000 Rs. 40000 Rs. 60000 S 4^{th} Rs. 25000 Rs. 15000 Rs. 40000 W 3^{rd} Rs. 23000 Rs. 65000 Rs. 88000 R 2^{nd} Rs. 55000 Rs. 7000 Rs. 62000 V 1^{st} Rs. 5000 Rs. 50000 Rs. 55000 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W open up locker account such that each of them keep their salaries in their respective lockers. Each locker is sub divided in two parts such that one part contains the saving amount and the other contains the expenditure amount. The sum of both saving and expenditure amount is the total salary of a person. The salary of each person is kept in the lockers, which are arranged one above another such that the bottommost locker is numbered as 1^{st} locker and topmost locker is numbered as 8^{th} locker. The salary of each person is different and among Rs. 40000, Rs. 55000, Rs. 60000, Rs. 62000, Rs. 63000, Rs. 75000, Rs. 88000 and Rs. 95000 but not necessarily in same order. The savings of each person is different and among Rs. 5000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 20000, Rs. 23000, Rs. 25000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 55000 and Rs. 60000. The expenditure of each person is among Rs. 7000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 23000, Rs. 35000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 50000, Rs. 60000 and Rs. 65000. The following information is known about them,
 The salary of P is Rs. 60000 and P’s locker is just below U’s locker.
 The locker of S is 4^{th} from the bottom.
 The savings of R is equal to the total salary of V.
 There are two lockers between the lockers of U and W and neither of their lockers is topmost or bottommost one.
 The savings of T is Rs. 40000.
 The locker of Q is above the locker of V, who does not have an even numbered locker.
 The topmost locker does not belong to Q.
 The topmost or bottommost locker does not belong to R.
 R’s salary is more than the salary of the one, who has 5^{th} locker from the bottom.
 The savings of W is Rs. 23000 and his expenditure is more than the savings of the one, whose account is in topmost locker.
 S’s salary is less than the expenditure of one, who has bottommost locker but S’s savings are more than W’s savings.
 Q’s expenditure is more than V’s expenditure.
 The savings of the person, who has 3^{rd} locker from the bottom, is less than the savings of the person, who has 4^{th} locker from the bottom but not the lowest.
 The person, who has 2^{nd} locker from bottom, has less salary than that of the one, who has 7^{th} locker from bottom.
What is the difference in the savings and expenditure of R?
Correct
B. Rs. 48000
Persons Lockers Savings Expenditures Salaries T 8^{th} Rs. 40000 Rs. 23000 Rs. 63000 Q 7^{th} Rs. 15000 Rs. 60000 Rs. 75000 U 6^{th} Rs. 60000 Rs. 35000 Rs. 95000 P 5^{th} Rs. 20000 Rs. 40000 Rs. 60000 S 4^{th} Rs. 25000 Rs. 15000 Rs. 40000 W 3^{rd} Rs. 23000 Rs. 65000 Rs. 88000 R 2^{nd} Rs. 55000 Rs. 7000 Rs. 62000 V 1^{st} Rs. 5000 Rs. 50000 Rs. 55000 Incorrect
B. Rs. 48000
Persons Lockers Savings Expenditures Salaries T 8^{th} Rs. 40000 Rs. 23000 Rs. 63000 Q 7^{th} Rs. 15000 Rs. 60000 Rs. 75000 U 6^{th} Rs. 60000 Rs. 35000 Rs. 95000 P 5^{th} Rs. 20000 Rs. 40000 Rs. 60000 S 4^{th} Rs. 25000 Rs. 15000 Rs. 40000 W 3^{rd} Rs. 23000 Rs. 65000 Rs. 88000 R 2^{nd} Rs. 55000 Rs. 7000 Rs. 62000 V 1^{st} Rs. 5000 Rs. 50000 Rs. 55000 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W open up locker account such that each of them keep their salaries in their respective lockers. Each locker is sub divided in two parts such that one part contains the saving amount and the other contains the expenditure amount. The sum of both saving and expenditure amount is the total salary of a person. The salary of each person is kept in the lockers, which are arranged one above another such that the bottommost locker is numbered as 1^{st} locker and topmost locker is numbered as 8^{th} locker. The salary of each person is different and among Rs. 40000, Rs. 55000, Rs. 60000, Rs. 62000, Rs. 63000, Rs. 75000, Rs. 88000 and Rs. 95000 but not necessarily in same order. The savings of each person is different and among Rs. 5000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 20000, Rs. 23000, Rs. 25000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 55000 and Rs. 60000. The expenditure of each person is among Rs. 7000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 23000, Rs. 35000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 50000, Rs. 60000 and Rs. 65000. The following information is known about them,
 The salary of P is Rs. 60000 and P’s locker is just below U’s locker.
 The locker of S is 4^{th} from the bottom.
 The savings of R is equal to the total salary of V.
 There are two lockers between the lockers of U and W and neither of their lockers is topmost or bottommost one.
 The savings of T is Rs. 40000.
 The locker of Q is above the locker of V, who does not have an even numbered locker.
 The topmost locker does not belong to Q.
 The topmost or bottommost locker does not belong to R.
 R’s salary is more than the salary of the one, who has 5^{th} locker from the bottom.
 The savings of W is Rs. 23000 and his expenditure is more than the savings of the one, whose account is in topmost locker.
 S’s salary is less than the expenditure of one, who has bottommost locker but S’s savings are more than W’s savings.
 Q’s expenditure is more than V’s expenditure.
 The savings of the person, who has 3^{rd} locker from the bottom, is less than the savings of the person, who has 4^{th} locker from the bottom but not the lowest.
 The person, who has 2^{nd} locker from bottom, has less salary than that of the one, who has 7^{th} locker from bottom.
Whose locker is immediately above the locker of W?
Correct
A. S
Persons Lockers Savings Expenditures Salaries T 8^{th} Rs. 40000 Rs. 23000 Rs. 63000 Q 7^{th} Rs. 15000 Rs. 60000 Rs. 75000 U 6^{th} Rs. 60000 Rs. 35000 Rs. 95000 P 5^{th} Rs. 20000 Rs. 40000 Rs. 60000 S 4^{th} Rs. 25000 Rs. 15000 Rs. 40000 W 3^{rd} Rs. 23000 Rs. 65000 Rs. 88000 R 2^{nd} Rs. 55000 Rs. 7000 Rs. 62000 V 1^{st} Rs. 5000 Rs. 50000 Rs. 55000 Incorrect
A. S
Persons Lockers Savings Expenditures Salaries T 8^{th} Rs. 40000 Rs. 23000 Rs. 63000 Q 7^{th} Rs. 15000 Rs. 60000 Rs. 75000 U 6^{th} Rs. 60000 Rs. 35000 Rs. 95000 P 5^{th} Rs. 20000 Rs. 40000 Rs. 60000 S 4^{th} Rs. 25000 Rs. 15000 Rs. 40000 W 3^{rd} Rs. 23000 Rs. 65000 Rs. 88000 R 2^{nd} Rs. 55000 Rs. 7000 Rs. 62000 V 1^{st} Rs. 5000 Rs. 50000 Rs. 55000 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W open up locker account such that each of them keep their salaries in their respective lockers. Each locker is sub divided in two parts such that one part contains the saving amount and the other contains the expenditure amount. The sum of both saving and expenditure amount is the total salary of a person. The salary of each person is kept in the lockers, which are arranged one above another such that the bottommost locker is numbered as 1^{st} locker and topmost locker is numbered as 8^{th} locker. The salary of each person is different and among Rs. 40000, Rs. 55000, Rs. 60000, Rs. 62000, Rs. 63000, Rs. 75000, Rs. 88000 and Rs. 95000 but not necessarily in same order. The savings of each person is different and among Rs. 5000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 20000, Rs. 23000, Rs. 25000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 55000 and Rs. 60000. The expenditure of each person is among Rs. 7000, Rs. 15000, Rs. 23000, Rs. 35000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 50000, Rs. 60000 and Rs. 65000. The following information is known about them,
 The salary of P is Rs. 60000 and P’s locker is just below U’s locker.
 The locker of S is 4^{th} from the bottom.
 The savings of R is equal to the total salary of V.
 There are two lockers between the lockers of U and W and neither of their lockers is topmost or bottommost one.
 The savings of T is Rs. 40000.
 The locker of Q is above the locker of V, who does not have an even numbered locker.
 The topmost locker does not belong to Q.
 The topmost or bottommost locker does not belong to R.
 R’s salary is more than the salary of the one, who has 5^{th} locker from the bottom.
 The savings of W is Rs. 23000 and his expenditure is more than the savings of the one, whose account is in topmost locker.
 S’s salary is less than the expenditure of one, who has bottommost locker but S’s savings are more than W’s savings.
 Q’s expenditure is more than V’s expenditure.
 The savings of the person, who has 3^{rd} locker from the bottom, is less than the savings of the person, who has 4^{th} locker from the bottom but not the lowest.
 The person, who has 2^{nd} locker from bottom, has less salary than that of the one, who has 7^{th} locker from bottom.
Which among the following is savings of U?
Correct
D. Rs. 60000
Persons Lockers Savings Expenditures Salaries T 8^{th} Rs. 40000 Rs. 23000 Rs. 63000 Q 7^{th} Rs. 15000 Rs. 60000 Rs. 75000 U 6^{th} Rs. 60000 Rs. 35000 Rs. 95000 P 5^{th} Rs. 20000 Rs. 40000 Rs. 60000 S 4^{th} Rs. 25000 Rs. 15000 Rs. 40000 W 3^{rd} Rs. 23000 Rs. 65000 Rs. 88000 R 2^{nd} Rs. 55000 Rs. 7000 Rs. 62000 V 1^{st} Rs. 5000 Rs. 50000 Rs. 55000 Incorrect
D. Rs. 60000
Persons Lockers Savings Expenditures Salaries T 8^{th} Rs. 40000 Rs. 23000 Rs. 63000 Q 7^{th} Rs. 15000 Rs. 60000 Rs. 75000 U 6^{th} Rs. 60000 Rs. 35000 Rs. 95000 P 5^{th} Rs. 20000 Rs. 40000 Rs. 60000 S 4^{th} Rs. 25000 Rs. 15000 Rs. 40000 W 3^{rd} Rs. 23000 Rs. 65000 Rs. 88000 R 2^{nd} Rs. 55000 Rs. 7000 Rs. 62000 V 1^{st} Rs. 5000 Rs. 50000 Rs. 55000 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Directions:(610) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
There are seven flights (P, Q, R, S, T, U and V) which belongs to different airlines among Air India, Jet Airways, Indigo, SpiceJet, Emirates, Vistara and Kingfisher, but not in the same order. Scheduled departure of each flight from Delhi Airport is different among 1:30 pm, 2:15 pm, 3:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 4:00 pm, 4:45 pm and 5:30 pm, again not necessarily in the same order.
Flight S, which belongs to SpiceJet, departed 45 minutes after the flight V. Flight P, which belongs to Vistara, departed 75 minutes after flight Q, which belongs to Emirates. Flight which belongs to Jet Airways, departed 90 minutes after flight U. Flight R belongs to Indigo. Flight which belongs to Kingfisher departed after flight which belongs to Emirates and the flight which belongs to Indigo. Difference between the scheduled departure of flight which belongs to Air India and the flight T is at most 190 minutes. Flight T doesn’t belong to Air India.
What is the scheduled departure time of flight V?
Correct
D. 4:45 pm
Flights Airlines Timing U Air India 1:30 pm Q Emirates 2:15 pm T Jet Airways 3:00 pm P Vistara 3:30 pm R Indigo 4:00 pm V Kingfisher 4:45 pm S SpiceJet 5:30 pm Incorrect
D. 4:45 pm
Flights Airlines Timing U Air India 1:30 pm Q Emirates 2:15 pm T Jet Airways 3:00 pm P Vistara 3:30 pm R Indigo 4:00 pm V Kingfisher 4:45 pm S SpiceJet 5:30 pm 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
There are seven flights (P, Q, R, S, T, U and V) which belongs to different airlines among Air India, Jet Airways, Indigo, SpiceJet, Emirates, Vistara and Kingfisher, but not in the same order. Scheduled departure of each flight from Delhi Airport is different among 1:30 pm, 2:15 pm, 3:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 4:00 pm, 4:45 pm and 5:30 pm, again not necessarily in the same order.
Flight S, which belongs to SpiceJet, departed 45 minutes after the flight V. Flight P, which belongs to Vistara, departed 75 minutes after flight Q, which belongs to Emirates. Flight which belongs to Jet Airways, departed 90 minutes after flight U. Flight R belongs to Indigo. Flight which belongs to Kingfisher departed after flight which belongs to Emirates and the flight which belongs to Indigo. Difference between the scheduled departure of flight which belongs to Air India and the flight T is at most 190 minutes. Flight T doesn’t belong to Air India.
How many flights departed after the flight which belongs to Vistara?
Correct
C. Three
Flights Airlines Timing U Air India 1:30 pm Q Emirates 2:15 pm T Jet Airways 3:00 pm P Vistara 3:30 pm R Indigo 4:00 pm V Kingfisher 4:45 pm S SpiceJet 5:30 pm Incorrect
C. Three
Flights Airlines Timing U Air India 1:30 pm Q Emirates 2:15 pm T Jet Airways 3:00 pm P Vistara 3:30 pm R Indigo 4:00 pm V Kingfisher 4:45 pm S SpiceJet 5:30 pm 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
There are seven flights (P, Q, R, S, T, U and V) which belongs to different airlines among Air India, Jet Airways, Indigo, SpiceJet, Emirates, Vistara and Kingfisher, but not in the same order. Scheduled departure of each flight from Delhi Airport is different among 1:30 pm, 2:15 pm, 3:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 4:00 pm, 4:45 pm and 5:30 pm, again not necessarily in the same order.
Flight S, which belongs to SpiceJet, departed 45 minutes after the flight V. Flight P, which belongs to Vistara, departed 75 minutes after flight Q, which belongs to Emirates. Flight which belongs to Jet Airways, departed 90 minutes after flight U. Flight R belongs to Indigo. Flight which belongs to Kingfisher departed after flight which belongs to Emirates and the flight which belongs to Indigo. Difference between the scheduled departure of flight which belongs to Air India and the flight T is at most 190 minutes. Flight T doesn’t belong to Air India.
Which flight belongs to Air India?
Correct
B. U
Flights Airlines Timing U Air India 1:30 pm Q Emirates 2:15 pm T Jet Airways 3:00 pm P Vistara 3:30 pm R Indigo 4:00 pm V Kingfisher 4:45 pm S SpiceJet 5:30 pm Incorrect
B. U
Flights Airlines Timing U Air India 1:30 pm Q Emirates 2:15 pm T Jet Airways 3:00 pm P Vistara 3:30 pm R Indigo 4:00 pm V Kingfisher 4:45 pm S SpiceJet 5:30 pm 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
There are seven flights (P, Q, R, S, T, U and V) which belongs to different airlines among Air India, Jet Airways, Indigo, SpiceJet, Emirates, Vistara and Kingfisher, but not in the same order. Scheduled departure of each flight from Delhi Airport is different among 1:30 pm, 2:15 pm, 3:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 4:00 pm, 4:45 pm and 5:30 pm, again not necessarily in the same order.
Flight S, which belongs to SpiceJet, departed 45 minutes after the flight V. Flight P, which belongs to Vistara, departed 75 minutes after flight Q, which belongs to Emirates. Flight which belongs to Jet Airways, departed 90 minutes after flight U. Flight R belongs to Indigo. Flight which belongs to Kingfisher departed after flight which belongs to Emirates and the flight which belongs to Indigo. Difference between the scheduled departure of flight which belongs to Air India and the flight T is at most 190 minutes. Flight T doesn’t belong to Air India.
Flight of which of the following airlines departed at last?
Correct
E. None of these
Flights Airlines Timing U Air India 1:30 pm Q Emirates 2:15 pm T Jet Airways 3:00 pm P Vistara 3:30 pm R Indigo 4:00 pm V Kingfisher 4:45 pm S SpiceJet 5:30 pm Incorrect
E. None of these
Flights Airlines Timing U Air India 1:30 pm Q Emirates 2:15 pm T Jet Airways 3:00 pm P Vistara 3:30 pm R Indigo 4:00 pm V Kingfisher 4:45 pm S SpiceJet 5:30 pm 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
There are seven flights (P, Q, R, S, T, U and V) which belongs to different airlines among Air India, Jet Airways, Indigo, SpiceJet, Emirates, Vistara and Kingfisher, but not in the same order. Scheduled departure of each flight from Delhi Airport is different among 1:30 pm, 2:15 pm, 3:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 4:00 pm, 4:45 pm and 5:30 pm, again not necessarily in the same order.
Flight S, which belongs to SpiceJet, departed 45 minutes after the flight V. Flight P, which belongs to Vistara, departed 75 minutes after flight Q, which belongs to Emirates. Flight which belongs to Jet Airways, departed 90 minutes after flight U. Flight R belongs to Indigo. Flight which belongs to Kingfisher departed after flight which belongs to Emirates and the flight which belongs to Indigo. Difference between the scheduled departure of flight which belongs to Air India and the flight T is at most 190 minutes. Flight T doesn’t belong to Air India.
What is the scheduled departure time of flight T?
Correct
B. 3:00 pm
Flights Airlines Timing U Air India 1:30 pm Q Emirates 2:15 pm T Jet Airways 3:00 pm P Vistara 3:30 pm R Indigo 4:00 pm V Kingfisher 4:45 pm S SpiceJet 5:30 pm Incorrect
B. 3:00 pm
Flights Airlines Timing U Air India 1:30 pm Q Emirates 2:15 pm T Jet Airways 3:00 pm P Vistara 3:30 pm R Indigo 4:00 pm V Kingfisher 4:45 pm S SpiceJet 5:30 pm
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