Wednesday January 29, 2020

Etihad Airways: who, what, where?

Etihad Airways: five things to know about the airline that's quietly built up a stake of nearly three per cent in Aer Lingus.

1st May, 2012
James Hogan: Etihad's CEO

Etihad Airways: five things to know about the airline that's quietly built up a stake of nearly three per cent in Aer Lingus.

It is the national airline of the **United Arab Emirates**.

**It's relatively new:** it was established in July 2003 and claims to be the fastest-growing airline in the history of commercial aviation. Etihad's fleet of 63 aircraft operates more than 1000 flights per week, serving 84 destinations, including Dublin. It carried seven...

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