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Etihad Airways is debuting what is said to be the world’s first airline mobile exhibition unit at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) this week in Dubai, following its 18 month European tour.

Etihad Airways Engineering has become the first organisation in the Middle East to be granted with a Part21G Production Organisation Approval (POA) by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

To promote aviation careers as part of national efforts to engage youth in science and technology, Etihad Aviation Group has deployed its pilots and engineers to Think Science 2017, held at Dubai World Trade Centre on April 18 – 20.

Etihad Airways has started operating its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on the Abu Dhabi – Amman route, as part of its daily schedules between the two capitals. 

Etihad Airways and EGYPTAIR have announced a new codeshare partnership, the first phase of which was introduced on March 01.

Etihad Airways Engineering has signed a contract with Kenya Airways to execute mandatory checks on its Boeing 787-8 aircraft as part of an integration programme for Kenya Airways' latest addition to its fleet.

Following an agreement between Etihad Airways and Boeing Commercial Aviation Services, Abu Dhabi's national carrier has introduced the Boeing Wind Updates solution, a tool that reduces fuel consumption and improves in-flight airplane performance based on atmospheric conditions.

In 2016, Etihad Airways carried 18.5 million travellers, a six percent rise are 2015, on more than 109,000 services spanning 446 million kilometres and 112 destinations.

As of March 26, Etihad Airways will serve Düsseldorf from Abu Dhabi 14 times a week, following the addition of a new daily service.

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