Etihad Airways CEO James Hogan said the Abu Dhabi-based carrier is pressing ahead with its expansion plans and is on target to achieve "breakeven" financial results by 2010 despite the "rough ride" the global airline industry currently is enduring. Speaking yesterday at an International Aviation Club luncheon in Washington, Hogan said Etihad--launched in November 2003--benefits from having "no legacy [airline] costs. . .We had the ability to start with a clean piece of paper. . .and are ...

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