Singapore’s Changi Airport could become a casualty of Etihad Airways’ new long-haul fleet expansion when the airline cuts its Changi stopover on one of its Australian routes next year. Etihad’s newly announced routes will see Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners fly directly between Brisbane, Australia and the UAE capital of Abu Dhabi route from June 2015. It currently uses Airbus A330-200 aircraft on the Singapore stop en route between the two cities. Etihad president and CEO ...

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