Etihad Airways to operate special flights from six Indian cities to Abu Dhabi between July 12-26
India suspended all scheduled international passenger flights on March 23 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many Indian nationals who have valid residence permits of the UAE and are currently in India have been complaining on social media for the last few weeks about the lack of flights between the two countries.
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Emirates, Etihad extend temporary salary cuts to September
The aviation industry has been among the worst hit by the outbreak, which has dented travel demand and forced major airlines to lay off staff and seek government bailouts.
Etihad Airways to resume wider network of flights after UAE travel restrictions were eased
The airline plans to fly to 58 destinations worldwide from its Abu Dhabi hub.
Abu Dhabi's Etihad cuts hundreds of jobs: Sources
The state-owned airline, which had 20,530 employees as of August 2019, grounded passenger flights in March and a month later said it had made a large number of staff redundant.
Here’s what you do with two-thirds of the world’s jets when they can’t fly
Aircraft can’t simply be dusted back into action. They need plenty of work and attention while in storage.
India plays crucial role in Etihad's growth strategy, says airline official
India plays a crucial role in Etihad Airways' growth strategy, contributing significantly to the airline's global operations, a top company official said.
Long-haul carrier Qatar Airways sues, seeks $5 billion from boycotting countries
Long-haul carrier Qatar Airways said on Wednesday that it launched international arbitration seeking at least $5 billion from four boycotting Arab countries for blocking its flights from their airspace and their markets, years into a simmering political dispute between the nations.
IndiGo, Etihad Airways show interest in boarding Air India
Representatives from two companies have met govt officials and shown interest in the national carrier.
All Indian airlines need to start looking for wide-body aircraft now: SpiceJet CMD
In India, only Air India and Vistara have wide-body aircraft like B787 in their fleet. All other airlines have narrow body aircraft or even smaller regional aircraft in their fleet.
Deadly Pakistan jet crash puts PIA's toxic culture in spotlight
The malaise at the airline stems from frequent labour strife, changes in leadership — the airline has had six chief executive officers in five years — and red tape. That in turn has added to the woes of the carrier, which last reported a net income a decade and a half ago, and has suffered 52 safety-related incidents in the 54 years of its existence.
Singapore Air considers adding more Boeing jets in India to fight Emirates
While India’s aviation market is growing fast, it’s notoriously difficult to make money there as fares often sell below cost. Jet Airways India Ltd., once the country’s largest airline by market value, has been grounded after it ran out of money and the government has been struggling to find a buyer for unprofitable Air India Ltd.
JPMiles part of Etihad, not affected by Jet Airways grounding
Months after the demise of Jet Airways, big ads published recently by JPMiles — the frequent flyer programme of the grounded airline — have taken social media users by surprise.
Etihad says not feasible to reinvest in Jet; cites unresolved issues concerning liabilities
Etihad, the national carrier of the UAE picked up 24 per cent stake in Jet Airways in 2013.