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Etihad hopes Vietnam route will boost Irish customer base

Etihad Airways expects a boost in customer numbers from Ireland, once a new service to Vietnam is added to their network in September.

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James Hogan, Etihad chief executive: the airline has partnered with the GAA. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Etihad Airways expects a boost in customer numbers from Ireland, once a new service to Vietnam is added to their network in September. Etihad has ten services per week from Dublin to Abu Dhabi.

Increasing numbers of Irish people travelling to Australia for work or visiting family members, will be able to avail of the new route via Abu Dhabi to Ho Chi Minh City.

James Hogan, the Australian-born chief executive, who has Irish roots,...

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