Etihad Airways is continuing to build its presence in the Australia market with new flights, and it plans to make further inroads by bringing some of its first Airbus A380s to Australian cities. The carrier’s latest move is to boost its three-weekly Brisbane schedule to daily starting in February, which will increase Etihad’s weekly connections between Australia and Abu Dhabi to 25 flights. At the announcement of the new flights in Brisbane, Etihad CEO James Hogan confirmed that ...


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