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 ...
Air traffic controllers, flight crews, and pilots have joined the protests gripping Hong Kong. The result has been severe delays for the world’s busiest cargo gateway as hundreds of flight cancellations have been forced upon it. While flag-carrier Cathay Pacific has yet to cancel any freighter services, it has warned that all-cargo flights may experience delays. Today alone, Air Cargo News reports, more than 100 passenger services have been cancelled, with six freighter flights axed by the likes of Emirates, Etihad, Nippon Cargo, Polar Air Cargo and UPS.
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