Etihad Aviation Group president and CEO James Hogan believes there is potential for equity partner Alitalia to grow to 40 long-haul aircraft from its current fleet of 24. Hogan made the comments at a media briefing in Rome on May 18. Alitalia added two Airbus A330s to its fleet in 2015 and it plans to take one Boeing 777-200ER in 2016, followed by one 777-300ER and a further A330 in 2017. “We are evaluating options for additional long-haul aircraft,” Alitalia CEO Cramer Ball ...

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