Etihad Airways CEO James Hogan is shifting gears in lobbying for the airline’s European acquisition campaign, trying to make a strong case for further consolidation while highlighting subsidies by his European competitors. Speaking at the European Union conference on air transport competitiveness, Hogan told attendees that "consolidation of airlines is critical to sustainable air services." He pointed out that for Etihad to grow "we need scale. We cannot match the size ...
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