Etihad News

Here's why Emirates-Etihad tie-up may be the deal of the decade

According to people familiar with the discussions, executives at the two companies have been quietly laying plans to create what would be the world’s biggest airline by passenger traffic.

UAE says Qatari jet fighters intercepted civilian flights

Qatar said the allegation, reported by the UAE's state news agency WAM, was intended to divert attention from what it said were violations by Emirati military aircraft of its airspace.


Etihad Airways says assisting Australian police with plane attack probe

Four men were arrested in raids in several suburbs in Sydney, Australia's largest city, at the weekend and are being held without charge under special terror-related powers. The houses of the detained men were still being searched on Monday evening, two days after the arrests.

Air India flags concerns over increased seats to minister

Air India has also raised concerns over the two new airlines — AirAsia India and Tata-SIA — that will be launched soon.

City’s man for all seasons

The one player who has starred amidst City ‘s Galacticos is Pablo Zabaleta.

Etihad offers premium bed, bath suites with dedicated butler

Etihad airways set to offer customers a closed-off bedroom, private bathroom and a dedicated butler.


Etihad to hire 22 Jet Airways pilots for a year, offers over 30 per cent pay hike

Etihad Airways currently has a fleet of 94 planes, with a further 225 on order.

Top-deck exit continues at Jet; Acting CEO quits

Gopalakrishnan was entrusted with the additional charge of acting CEO after resignation of incumbent Garry Kenneth Toomey in mid-January.

Vintage Jose

Mourinho, a manager who has earned the right to be ranked among the best, knows exactly what to say to get his way.

CCI slaps R1 crore fine on Etihad

The penalty has been imposed under Section 43A of the Competition Act.