Etihad Assesses Future Of Narrowbodies On Order

Etihad currently operates the A321.
Credit: Airbus/Christian Brinkmann
Etihad Airways is weighing the future of the Airbus A321neos it has on order, with CEO Tony Douglas saying a likely home for the narrowbody aircraft could be at its joint venture LCC with Air Arabia. Speaking at the CAPA Leader Summit in Manchester, England, Douglas said the United Arab Emirates...

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