Etihad reveals Airbus A380 routes: Sydney, Melbourne, London, New York

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    SteveJohnsonIn0z
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    “Etihad Airways plans to fly its Airbus A380s to Sydney, Melbourne, London and New York when the airline begins to take delivery of the A380 in late 2014.”

    http://www.ausbt.com.au/etihad-reveals-airbus-a380-routes-sydney-melbourne-london-new-york


    MarcusUK
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    Terrific news for an excellent Airline.

    As they are developing closer links with Skyteam, and the AUH Hub is to become a key to the Alliance, this is good news for members. reciprocal benefits are being developed between some Airlines, though questions over joining Skyteam remain…


    TerryMcManus24
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    The Big Boss James Hogan seems to have the magic touch and is certainly doing a midas for the time being and long may it last.

    Pity about his call centres …

    Dear Sir Thanks for you enquiry which has been recorded and one of our staff will respond sometime in the next couple of hundred years…..

    ehh…Know Abu Dhabi is laid back but that was London office….


    TerryMcManus24
    Participant

    The Big Boss James Hogan seems to have the magic touch and is certainly doing a midas for the time being and long may it last.

    Pity about his call centres …

    Dear Sir Thanks for you enquiry which has been recorded and one of our staff will respond sometime in the next couple of hundred years…..

    ehh…Know Abu Dhabi is laid back but that was their London office….


    Henkel.Trocken
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    James Hogan had a magic touch when he was MD at British Midland. You might say it all went wrong after he left.

    Anyway this move by EY should be good news for the Kangaroo Route increasing the competition. Although in terms of hard product there’s not much to choose between EK and EY, I have a slight preference for EY service. Somehow it’s just a little more personal and the food service is certainly much more interesting.

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