The deadline for Etihad Airways to finalize its proposed 24% stake in India’s Jet Airways has been extended for a second time. The new date is the end of September; initially, the Abu Dhabi airline had planned to have the deal wrapped up by July 31. This date was initially extended to Aug. 31. Etihad must win approval from four Indian governmental bodies before the deal is cleared. Etihad president and CEO James Hogan and Jet Airways’ chairman Naresh Goyal met in Mumbai ...

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