My Opinion

James Hogan President and Chief Executive of Etihad Airways
Speaking in Washington about  US airlines, who allege unfair competition from Middle East carriers
“Etihad is a David, a David who’s been facing Goliaths since 2003…In many cases, those established airlines were gifted amazing infrastructure – airports, terminals, slots, landing rights – over decades. To take them on, we’ve had to work harder and we’ve had to work smarter. That’s called competition.”

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