Etihad's new plan is to double in size, says CEO
Interesting interview in AviationWeek with Etihad CEO Antonoaldo Neves, on the carrier’s new strategy. Instead ...
Adding more fuel to the fire of speculation that Emirates and Etihad will merge – something denied by both carriers, presently – comes an article looking at what that will mean for cargo. Logistics Middle East points out that a merger would create the world’s largest carrier, in pure freight traffic terms – although FedEx would be set to take the top spot eventually. It predicts there would “definitely be some rationalisation”, but the biggest challenge would be merging hubs.
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