NEW YORK—Etihad Airways President and CEO James Hogan has vigorously defended the Abu Dhabi-based airline’s presence in the U.S., arguing that the carrier has the right to compete against major U.S. airlines on international routes. “There’s nothing sinister here, nothing below the table,” Hogan told the Wings Club during an April 21 luncheon address here. “We come to the U.S. as a trusted business partner and friend.”  Etihad operates 45 ...

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