Etihad Airways A330-200. Courtesy, Airbus Etihad Airways has posted a 2012 net profit of $42 million, up 200% from $14 million in 2011. President and CEO James Hogan attributed this improvement to the airline’s focus on codeshares and equity partnerships, as well as stringent cost cutting. Hogan acknowledged the strategy is “different, but is working,” and has helped create what he described as “the fastest-growing airline in the history of commercial ...

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