Etihad Airways Airbus A330-200. By Rob Finlayson Etihad Airways has purchased India’s Jet Airways’ three pairs of slots at London Heathrow airport for $70 million.  The Abu Dhabi carrier, which is in discussions over taking a substantial equity stake in the Indian airline, said the deal was part of a sale and leaseback arrangement, in which Jet Airways would continue to use the slots to operate flights to London. Airline analysts in Mumbai said the cash will help ...

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