Etihad Aviation Group has decided to make significant changes to its corporate structure, reflecting a strategy shift from its previous partnership model to a focus on its core business. The Abu Dhabi-based company is essentially merging the group structure back into Etihad Airways and is no longer operating a separate division handling its foreign airline subsidiaries. As part of the changes, Group CEO Tony Douglas is also assuming direct responsibility for the core airline, while ...

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