Etihad Airways CEO James Hogan remains "pretty bullish" about the airline's future "as long as the Icelandic volcano does not erupt again." He cited the absence of legacy costs, the rapid growth of its Abu Dhabi base as a hub and the success of its point-to-point flying. "Currently over 45% of our traffic is point-to-point. We're seeking to bring this to 50%," he told ATWOnline on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Berlin this week. "For a ...

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