Five months after sealing a merger that would have created an airline with control of nearly half the Indian market, Jet Airways and Air Sahara have parted ways in acrimonious fashion and will head to court. Neither carrier issued a statement, but press reports from India said that Jet, which agreed in January to purchase its rival for $500 million (ATWOnline, Jan. 20), pulled out of the deal after struggling Air Sahara refused to renegotiate for a lower price ahead of Wednesday night's ...

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