The government of India has backed privately owned Jet Airways’ decision to sell parking slots at London Heathrow Airport to Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways. In April, Jet Airways agreed to sell a 24% stake in the company to Etihad. The Middle Eastern carrier’s overall commitment to Jet includes an injection of $220 million to create and strengthen a wide-ranging partnership between the two airlines. Etihad also paid $70 million to purchase Jet’s three pairs of slots at Heathrow ...

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