Jet Airways, whose agreement last week to acquire Air Sahara will give it control of about half of India's domestic market (ATWOnline, April 13), yesterday unveiled major re-branding initiatives for both carriers, including a fleet expansion to support Jet's international services that eventually will incorporate an order for 10 787s valued at $1.6 billion. Chairman Naresh Goyal told reporters in Mumbai that Jet is renaming Air Sahara Jetlite and will position it "between a low-budget and ...

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