Etihad Close To Owning 24% Of Jet After India’s Cabinet Approves Deal

India’s cabinet has approved the sale of a 24% stake in Jet Airways to Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways, paving the way for the first deal between a local and a foreign carrier since last year’s change to the country’s airline ownership laws. The Indian government decided in September 2012 to allow...

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