Etihad A340-600. By Rob Finlayson Etihad Airways (EY) is exploring potential commercial partnerships with South American-based carriers in a bid to “expand its footprint” in the region, according to president and CEO James Hogan. Discussions are underway, he said. EY is scheduled to launch daily nonstop Airbus A340-600 flights between Abu Dhabi and Sao Paulo, Brazil June 1, 2013, the airline’s first foray into the South American market. Hogan said: “Brazil ...

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