It goes without saying that there are legacy airlines in Europe and the U.S. that would kill for these numbers.
Etihad Airways’ growing number of codeshares and strategic partnerships saw the airline carry a record number of passengers in Q2 as revenue growth surged ahead of capacity increases.
The carrier reported revenues of US$1.25 billion (AU$1.22b) for the quarter, up 31% on the same period the previous year. The figure takes its first half revenues to US$2.24 billion (AU$2.18b), an increase of 30% year on year.
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