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Etihad’s CEO says it’s still business as usual at the airline

“This is a very agile business in a very agile environment, so it’s kind of business as usual,” he said” writes Cheang Ming for cnbc.com. Etihad Airways may have faced turbulence in the last financial year, posting a $1.87 billion annual loss in 2016, but its chief executive said it was still business as usual at the Abu Dhabi airline.The airline will be cutting some of its routes in the year ahead as it continues with a review to turn its business around.The collapse in oil prices in 2016 hit Middle Eastern airlines, including Etihad, which had been on an upward trajectory.
 
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