Etihad Airways has underlined its intent to become fully profitable within two years after announcing that its EBITDAR earnings will be in the black for the first time in 2010. “With only a month to go, we are well on track for profitable EBITDAR [earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation, amortization and rentals] for 2010, marking an important milestone in the commercial development of the airline,” says James Hogan, CEO of the Abu Dhabi-based network carrier. Addressing 170 ...


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