MADRID—Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways and Bahrain-based Gulf Air have signed an MOU that could lead to broad cooperation across various fields. The agreement was signed Nov. 14 on the sidelines of the Bahrain Airshow by Etihad Group CEO Tony Douglas and Gulf Air CEO Kresimir Kucko. The deal, if firmed in the coming months, encompasses codesharing between Abu Dhabi and Bahrain capital Manama, as well as on routes beyond the two bases, mutual recognition of the two airlines’ ...

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