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Etihad Completes 5 Years

Etihad Airways said on November 4 that it has flown almost 14 million passengers on more than 87000 flights to 48 destinations over the past five years of its operations across the Middle East, Africa, Australia, Europe, North America, and Asia. The Abu Dhabi based airline has also increased its fleet to 39 aircraft, a number that is expected to go up to 42 by the end of this year. Etihad now plans to fly 25 million passengers a year.


Source: Emirates Business 24/7

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