Etihad Airways (EY) and Air Berlin (AB) have announced plans to join their Boeing 787 programs, saving millions of dollars for both carriers.
Computer-generated drawing of a 787 in Etihad Airways livery. Courtesy, Boeing Etihad Airways (EY) and Air Berlin (AB) have announced plans to join their Boeing 787 programs, saving millions of dollars for both carriers. The deal affects 56 aircraft, according to the company, which said the joint order is the biggest worldwide for the 787. A combined EY/AB team will oversee the integration program, in which the two airlines will share infrastructure, pool maintenance and develop ...
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