As Jet Airways can no longer be eligible to be a member of Star Alliance since it has entered into an equity partnership with Etihad, the airline alliance group is seeking another Indian member. Speaking to Business Today, Christian Klick, vice-president, Corporate, Star Alliance, said: “After that (Etihad-Jet) deal , let me say that doors are shut for Jet…India is a huge market and there will be need for additional services and we will need further partners in India.” “Star Alliance management will look at all possibilities and we are not yet disclosing anything. And we are not in discussion
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