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Etihad Airways said it will recruit as many as 50 pilots from Air Berlin as the German carrier seeks to cut costs just as its Gulf-based shareholder expands. Transfers began last month, with six Boeing 737-rated first officers arriving in Abu Dhabi
Etihad Airways' chief executive officer James Hogan and chief financial officer James Rigney are likely to be two of the three nominees from the Gulf carrier on the board of directors of Jet Airways, sources in the know of the development confirmed...
shares traded James Hogan had spent over three decades working with airlines like Ansett and Gulf Air, hotel and restaurant chain Forte and car rental firm Hertz before he joined Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways in October 2006.
Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways, the national airline of United Arab Emirates, has placed orders for 90 aircraft, of which 14 will join the fleet this year, said James Hogan, president and chief executive of the airline. Of this, 40 planes are Boeing 787s
Etihad Airways' purchase of a stake in India's Jet Airways could be delayed until at least August as the Abu Dhabi carrier seeks assurances following setbacks for several Gulf investors in India, two sources familiar with the talks said. Etihad,
Bahrain's loss-making flag carrier Gulf Air, struggling against competition from other regional carriers, has embarked on a sweeping restructuring plan that has annoyed unions over heavy job cuts. The company said this week it had sacked 15 percent
Also suspended are credit cards of all Bahrain Air staff Thursday, February 21, 2013 CrediMax, a credit card issuing company in Bahrain, has confirmed that it has frozen the credit cards of expatriate Gulf Air staff and all Bahrain Air employees as a
Protesters damage a fire engine during a strike in Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi, Feb. 20, 2013. Sporadic violence has broken out in India at the beginning of a two-day strike by labour unions protesting rising prices and government economic
Garuda marketing vice president Elisa Lumbantoruan said that the airline would intensify its Jakarta-Amsterdam flight via Abu Dhabi to six times from four times a week starting on June 21. The airline will also offer services to Brussels, Dusseldorf,
Small carrier Bahrain Air said on Tuesday it was shutting down, blaming political unrest in the island kingdom and the government's refusal to pay it compensation. The privately owned airline, launched in 2008, has four planes and was flying to about