Canada Jetlines, a Vancouver-based start-up ULCC, has filed a lawsuit against David Neeleman alleging the airline entrepreneur engaged in a “predatory scheme” to sabotage the company’s business ahead of a crucial financing round. In a complaint filed Nov. 21 with the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut, the startup alleged that Neeleman induced former Jetlines CEO Lukas Johnson to participate in a series of secret communications that Neeleman knew to be in ...

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