Aer Lingus (EI) and Etihad Airways (EY) have announced codeshare and interline agreements. The move comes just days after EY president and CEO James Hogan told ATW that commercial developments in the two carriers’ relationship were imminent (ATW Daily News, July 27). EY holds just under a 3% stake in the Irish national carrier and is interested in expanding its shareholding. The two airlines said they would continue “to discuss additional commercial and cost opportunities ...

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