Independence Air Sued Over "Ijet" Trademark

Law360, New York (July 9, 2004, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Discount Carrier Independence Air has become the target of a trademark infringement lawsuit, less than one month after launching its inaugural flight service.

Ijet Travel Risk Management has sued Independence Air over the term "Ijet," which the carrier uses to describe its fleet of planes.

IJet filed its trademark suit in U.S. District Court in Alexandria last week, seeking a court order banning Independence Air from using the "I-Jet" name.

The lawsuit contends that Independence Air's use of the term "Ijet" in its marketing, sales, and...
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