Airline partnerships and stretching the network are keys to moving forward, Etihad Airways (EY) president and CEO James Hogan said Tuesday. Speaking at the IATA World Passenger Symposium (WPS) in Abu Dhabi, Hogan said revenue from codeshares represents 18% of the carrier’s total passenger revenue in the third quarter. EY offers 315 destinations with its partner carriers. “Stretching the network has been key,” Hogan said. The carrier holds a 29% stake in Air Berlin, ...

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