Singapore’s Changi airport is to become a casualty of Etihad Airways’ new longhaul fleet expansion when the airline cuts its Changi airport stopover on one of its Australian routes next year. Etihad’s newly announced route will put Boeing 787-9s on direct flights between Brisbane, Australia and the United Arab Emirates capital of Abu Dhabi from June 2015. It currently uses Airbus A330-200 aircraft that stop at Singapore en route between the two cities. Etihad president and ...
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