Etihad Airways has signed a substantial funding agreement with Tourism Australia, which is welcome news for the national tourism body after Qantas announced it will not renew its own funding deal. Etihad and Tourism Australia will jointly invest A$6 million ($6.3 million) over three years to promote Australia as a tourist destination in Middle Eastern, U.K. and other European markets. Etihad has been increasing its presence on the highly competitive Australia-Europe routes, and it has ...
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