The airline had posted a loss of Rs 284 crore in the same period a year ago.
Jet Airways turned profitable in the third quarter of current fiscal mainly on the back of 93 percent jump in its "code share traffic".
Passenger traffic through code shares surged to 314,351 in the latest December quarter from 1,62,476 passengers in the year-ago period.
This is the first time after seven quarters that the carrier has posted a profit, Jet Airways said in a statement.
In the 2014 December quarter, total income from operations climbed to Rs 5,436 crore from Rs 4,990 crore seen in the same period a year ago.
On a standalone basis, it reported a net profit of Rs 63 crore in the latest December quarter as against a whopping loss of Rs 268 crore in the year-ago period. It had a standalone profit in the September 2014 quarter as well.
Income from operations on a standalone basis stood at Rs 5,051 crore in the 2014 December quarter compared to Rs 4,536 crore in the same period a year ago.
The airline's total passenger revenue in the latest December quarter surged nearly 10 percent to Rs 4,621 crore.

In the comparable period, the same stood at Rs 4,248 crore.
During the three months ended December 2014, Jet Airways carried 5.8 million passengers, which is an increase of 10.4 percent compared to 5.3 million passengers seen during the year-ago period.
Jet Airways CEO Cramer Ball said the company was "turning the business around" and on track to achieve the targets.

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