Etihad Airways has unveiled plans to serve Amsterdam and expand its codeshare cooperation with KLM. Etihad CEO James Hogan said the airline will launch a daily Amsterdam-Abu Dhabi service this summer. Flights will be operated by a two-class A330-200. Etihad already serves 17 European cities including Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, London and Paris. The Abu Dhabi-based carrier has already detailed plans to add Sao Paulo, Washington DC and Ho Chi Minh City in 2013. “We are ...

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