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Rapid growth at Etihad Airways frustrates rivals

Manner of operation of ambitious M-E carrier has become critical in a contentious battle with airlines, unions in US
Wednesday, March 4, 2015 - 05:50
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Various creature comforts used for business class passenger service at Etihad Airways' training academy for flight crews in Abu Dhabi (above); women in a flight crew training class at the academy.
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Various creature comforts used for business class passenger service at Etihad Airways' training academy for flight crews in Abu Dhabi; women in a flight crew training class at the academy (above).

Abu Dhabi

EMERGING from the desert like some giant steel squid, the organic forms of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal are starting to take shape.

The existing airport has become too small for the ambitions of its main tenant, Etihad Airways, the smallest and fastest-growing of the

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