Articles tagged “Etihad Airways”

Tourism

Abu Dhabi Airport Is Expecting 1.5 Million Travelers Over 6 Weeks

The economic spinoffs of Qatar's World Cup will be felt all over the region that has been looking to diversify beyond the oil sector.

Abu Dhabi Airport Is Expecting 1.5 Million Travelers Over 6 Weeks

Tourism

UAE Bids Goodbye to Pandemic-Related Restrictions: Middle East Travel Roundup

The Middle Eastern nations realize that for tourism to flourish restrictions would need to be eased.

UAE Bids Goodbye to Pandemic-Related Restrictions: Middle East Travel Roundup

Airline Weekly

Air Arabia, Wizz Air Among Budget Airlines Gaining Share in Gulf Hub Shift

Budget airlines are making inroads in the Gulf with new regional routes by the dozen. Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar beware.

Air Arabia, Wizz Air Among Budget Airlines Gaining Share in Gulf Hub Shift

News Blog

Etihad Airways Names Former TAP Chief as Its New CEO

Abu Dhabi-based carrier Etihad Airways has got the former boss of Portugal's national carrier TAP, Antonoaldo Neves, as its new CEO. Etihad's earlier boss Tony Douglas had agreed to join RIA — Saudi Arabia’s newest airline. Earlier reports had suggested that global consulting firm Korn Ferry had been looking to find a replacement for Douglas.…

Tourism

Middle East Destinations Are Going Hollywood to Build Brand Images

Wooing spoilt-for-choice travelers to visit a particular destination may be an uphill task, but the road gets much smoother if you have a celebrity vouching for its wonders.

Middle East Destinations Are Going Hollywood to Build Brand Images

News Blog

Etihad CEO Poached by Saudi Arabia’s New Airline: Reports

Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways CEO Tony Douglas has agreed to join RIA — Saudi Arabia's newest airline, according to reports. It had been earlier reported that RIA, the multi-billion-dollar international carrier, had approached Douglas for the top job. Douglas has apparently agreed and other senior Etihad executives may follow him, according to Arabian Business. Global…

Airlines

5 Takeaways From Skift Aviation Forum

Have airlines passed an inflection point and will 2022 be the year demand recovers more fully? Airline executives at the Skift Aviation Forum believe so, although they warn that the road to recovery will be bumpy.

5 Takeaways From Skift Aviation Forum

Airline Weekly

Saudi Arabia Thinks Its New Airline Can Dethrone the Middle East’s Legacy Carriers

Saudi Arabia Thinks Its New Airline Can Dethrone the Middle East’s Legacy Carriers

Announcements

Will Vaccinated Flight Crews Help Airlines Sell Tickets?

Nearly a year into the pandemic, the world's airlines are still trying to find their footing as historically low numbers of travelers take to the skies. Is vaccinating crews and then making it part of an airline's marketing message one way to jumpstart a travel rebound?

Will Vaccinated Flight Crews Help Airlines Sell Tickets?

Airlines

Emirates and Etihad Will Resume Transit Flights

Many people remain stranded far from home because they can't get transit flights onward to their final destinations. So it's good news for many workers and families that Emirates and Etihad are restarting transit flights through hub airports in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Emirates and Etihad Will Resume Transit Flights