Etihad Airways president and CEO James Hogan strongly believes oneworld partner Airberlin will be successfully restructured, but to do that it must become the “best in class.” The Abu-Dhabi-based carrier has a 29.21% stake in the German airline. Hogan told ATW on the sidelines of Etihad’s first Airbus A380 delivery ceremony in Hamburg that airberlin’s restructuring is in full force and network coordination with its equity partners is creating a lot of synergies. In ...

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