Analysts in Singapore and Australia are still upbeat that Jetstar Asia, Qantas's Singapore-based LCC, and rival Valuair will tie the knot despite the reported collapse of talks earlier this week (ATWOnline, July 13). The discussions started two weeks ago, and Jetstar Asia CEO Ken Ryan said his airline, owned 49% by Qantas and 19% by Singapore government investment arm Temasek, withdrew its offer to Valuair. Jetstar Asia has applied to Cambodian authorities to fly to Phnom Penh and Siam ...

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