Etihad hungry for Aust. Government business via Singapore

Guest Writer

Etihad Airways CEO James Hogan has his sights set on capturing a slice of the lucrative Australian federal government travel contract.Mr Hogan confirmed the six-year old airline was bidding to win some of the SG$703 million or so that politicians, diplomats and public servants spend of flights each year and talked up Etihad’s extensive route network to Australia via Singapore to major trading partners. The airline also has three flights a week from Brisbane to the United Arab Emirates capital, via Singapore.

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