Etihad will add seven flights per week to Egypt and one more per week to Nigeria this year
Ruling set to bring further shock to Middle East airlines already facing decline in traffic to the US
Lower airfares have been sold out due to increased demand, carrier said.
Both countries, strategically located, remain netural in the Gulf dispute as reports indicate traffic through Muscat airport and on Oman airlines has surged
Paul Griffiths told Aviation Business he is "seriously considering" options for a baggage drop off ...
Etihad will add seven flights per week to Egypt and one more per week to ...
The industry is still profitable, says IATA. But the heat is building
Emirates is reportedly in talks for fresh new A380s but Tim Clark has voiced concern ...
Bilateral talks to address flight capacity row between Dubai, India
Internal company memo says America's third biggest airline will cut ticketing and baggage arrangements from 5 May
CEO Martin Gauss on Air Baltic renewing codeshare with Etihad between Abu Dhabi and Latvian capital Riga to commence October 29
SalamAir plans to operate 12 aircraft by 2020, says CEO Francois Bouteiller
Aggressive US expansion might be curtailed after increased restrictions on travellers from the region
Airline CEO Akbar Al Baker says network expansion will be a record for any carrier in the world
Etihad says demand remains strong on flights to US, but Emirates is pulling back in five cities
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