Less than a month after clearing the final regulatory hurdle in its bid for a 24% stake in Jet Airways, Etihad has announced the first stage of a major expansion in its Indian operations. It is doubling frequencies between its Abu Dhabi base to several Indian cities and increasing aircraft capacity. Etihad is doubling frequencies to 14X-weekly between Abu Dhabi and Mumbai and New Delhi (effective immediately); Kochi (June 2014); Bangalore and Chennai (July 2014); and Hyderabad (October ...

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