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Etihad  Airways on Sunday confirmed that its A380s will remain grounded unless the demand grows and there is a “sufficient appetite to reassess their viability.”


“As Etihad continues to focus on recovery and rebuilding our global network, we will continue to rely on the efficiencies and advantages of our twin-engine wide-body aircraft,” an airline spokesperson told Gulf News. “As always we continue to focus on the wellness and safety of our guests while providing the world-class service they deserve and have come to expect from Etihad.”


Last week, Etihad announced a management overhaul aimed at transforming the company into a “mid-size, full-service” carrier with a “leaner, flatter and scale-able” structure. “After our best-ever Q1 performance, none of us could have predicted the challenges that lay ahead in the remainder of this year,” said Tony Douglas, Group CEO, Etihad Aviation Group, in a statement.

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