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Rytis Beresnevicius
Etihad secures EASA approval for 777 and 787 pilot training

Etihad announced that its flight crew training subsidiary, Etihad Aviation Training, gained approval from the European Union Safety Agency (EASA) to train Boeing 777 and Boeing 787 pilots....


Rytis Beresnevicius
Etihad announces partnership with easyJet

Etihad and easyJet announced a new partnership, allowing costumers to book flights to a wider array of destinations throughout the world. The Abu Dhabi-based airline added its first airline to its newest distribution system, NDC....


Rytis Beresnevicius
Qatar Airways and Etihad set to battle over Indian market

It seems like two Middle East giants, Etihad and Qatar Airways are trying to gain as much traction as possible within the Indian market. However, the two sides are using very different methods to do so....


AeroTime Team
Etihad, Saudia to codeshare on 12 more flights

Etihad Airways is further strengthening its relations with other carriers from the Middle East. A week after announcing intentions to establish a low cost airline together with Air Arabia, the Dubai-based airline is now advancing its one year strong partnership with its Saudi Arabian partner ‒ Saudia.   ...


Merve Kara
Is Emirates losing interest in Boeing 777X?

Rumors in the media have surfaced about the possible cancellation of the Boeing 777X order by Emirates Airways. According to the plane maker's orders and deliveries report, 150 orders for the 777X jet were placed by Emirates on July 8, 2014, and are still waiting for delivery. Could Emirates’ eyes now turn to the Airbus A350XWB?...


AeroTime Team
Is this the end? Jet Airways suspends operations

JUST IN | After failing to find financial boost, Jet Airways is suspending all flights immediately....


AeroTime Team
Etihad seeks $600M to finance new aircraft

After canceling orders of dozens of planes, Etihad Airways is now reportedly looking to raise $600 million to help finance the remainings of its orders.   ...


Clement Charpentreau
Etihad reports losses, Jet Airways bailout delayed

While Jet Airways is in dire need for funds, its 24% stakeholder Etihad continues to battle its own financial problems, revealing over a billion in loss in third consecutive year....


Ruta Burbaite
Qatar Airways reaches Open Skies deal with the EU

Updated. While the fiery dispute between U.S. legacy carriers and three major Gulf airlines continues to rage, the focus of Qatar Airways has now shifted to Europe. Reuters reported early on February 5, 2019, that the State of Qatar and the European Union (EU) are getting closer to finalizing a comprehensive air services agreement. The deal was signed later in the day, hailed by Qatar Airways chief as a "landmark" agreeme...


AeroTime Team
Finance puzzles: Etihad cuts jobs, Jet Airways planes at stake

After cutting an order of ten aircraft from Airbus,  Etihad now axes dozens of jobs to aid its troubled finances. Meanwhile, another airline in which the Gulf carrier has notable investment - India’s Jet Airways - is trying to solve its own financial puzzles to stay afloat....