The national air carrier Etihad Airways could be returning to a ‘meaningful’ flying schedule, according to reports.
Several national and international news outlets have reported that “Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways aiming for July return to ‘meaningful’ flight schedule”.
The news was published in ITP-based Arabian Business in Dubai.
It reported that Etihad Airways CEO Tony Douglas said the airline has managed to get a “skeleton network” of flights using 25 of its Boeing 787 Dreamliners.”
According to Arabian Business, Tony Douglas, speaking on CNN’s Quest Means Business, said the airline was using the dreamliners for cargo in the aircraft’s bellyhold as well as repatriation of citizens back home and bringing residents back to the UAE.
Abu Dhabi Talking recently reported that Etihad’s flight schedule was continually growing, with more flights to European, Canadian and Australian destinations.
Tony went on to say in the programme that the airline was “…looking at 16th July, with the right approvals in place where it’s safe to fly, we’ll build off the back of that.”
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