Etihad Aviation Group president and CEO James Hogan has acknowledged the scale of problems facing airberlin and Alitalia. Delivering a keynote speech at the 19th Annual Global Airfinance Conference in Dublin, Hogan noted the Group’s partnership strategy had been a core element of the growth of the business. The Group has substantial stakes—29.2% and 49% respectively—in the German and Italian carriers. In 2016, 5.5 million guests connected onto the Etihad Airways network ...

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