Etihad Airways News

Etihad to launch flights to Baku, Azerbaijan, in spring 2018

Etihad to launch flights to Baku, Azerbaijan, in spring 2018

6 days ago Airline News

Etihad Airways has announced plans to launch scheduled flights between Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, and Baku, the capital city of the Republic of Azerbaijan, effective March 2018. The new route is being introduced to capitalise on the strong and growing demand for flights between the United Arab Emirates and Azerbaijan.

Al Mulla takes up executive role with Etihad

Al Mulla takes up executive role with Etihad

20 September 2017 Airline News

Etihad Aviation Group has announced the appointment of Mana Mohamed Saeed Al Mulla as chief group support services officer. He will be responsible for a range of support functions, including IT services, procurement and supply management, and property and facilities management.

Etihad Airways signs codeshare Aerolíneas Argentinas

Etihad Airways signs codeshare Aerolíneas Argentinas

29 August 2017 Airline News

Etihad Airways and Aerolíneas Argentinas have launched a new codeshare partnership. Under the agreement, Etihad Airways customers are able to enjoy convenient connections via Rome and Madrid to Buenos Aires and onwards to nine other popular Argentinian destinations.

Etihad Airways records $1.9bn loss for financial 2016

Etihad Airways records $1.9bn loss for financial 2016

27 July 2017 Airline News

Etihad Airways today announced its 2016 financial results, recording a net loss of US$1.87 billion on US$8.36 billion in revenues. The airline said one-off impairment charges and fuel hedging losses weighed against a solid performance of the core airline. 

Etihad brings Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to Lebanon route

Etihad brings Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to Lebanon route

25 July 2017 Airline News

Etihad Airways today introduced the Boeing 787-9 on its scheduled daily service from Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, to Beirut, Lebanon. The new 787 Dreamliner service replaces the Airbus A321 aircraft previously operating the airline’s EY535/EY538 flights to and from the Lebanese capital.