Tony Douglas comes into the role after the July departure of CEO James Hogan, who oversaw an aggressive acquisition strategy that saw Etihad Group buy up stakes in several airlines including struggling European carriers Alitalia and Air Berlin.
Khaled Khayat and Mahmoud Khayat have both been charged with two terrorism-related offences and were refused bail in Parramatta Local Court today. Another man was released mid-week, while a fourth man remains in custody.
Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways said today it posted a USD 1.87 billion loss last year, hit by “one-off” impairments on aircraft and investments in troubled Alitalia and airberlin. The government-owned carrier said total impairments amounted to USD 1.9 billion, including a USD 1.06 billion “charge on aircraft, reflecting lower market values and the early phase […]
American Airlines Inc said on Wednesday that state-owned Qatar Airways has revised its antitrust filing with U.S. regulators seeking clearance to buy up to a 10 percent stake in the U.S. carrier, but there were no details provided on the new filing.
Etihad Airways is allowing nationals from six Muslim-majority countries on a US travel ban list to board flights to the United States if they have valid travel documents, the Abu Dhabi-based airline said on Thursday.