Etihad Airways (EY) is pursuing in-house alliances with pooled resources to push down unit costs, according to CEO James Hogan. Speaking at World Routes 2012 in Abu Dhabi, Hogan said, “Consolidation and equity partnerships, most likely led by us, are coming onto the horizon. These are tough times but aviation is a long game. Airline CEOs must have the structure to weather the cycles and certainly, as Etihad, we have the structure.” Over the last few years, EY has surged ...

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