Etihad Airways plans to revamp services between Abu Dhabi and Singapore with an upgrade to three-class service from June, and the introduction of the Boeing 787-9 from August. The airline, which will add eight first-class seats to current cabins, will also rearrange schedules to “offer guests in the United Arab Emirates and Singapore more convenient travel times and improved connectivity,” Etihad CEO James Hogan said. The Singapore-Abu Dhabi route is currently served by Airbus ...

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