Domenica 21 Gennaio 2018 | 19:12


Etihad files to protect Airberlin partnership

'We will fight to protect investment' says Hogan

Etihad files to protect Airberlin partnership

Berlin, January 4 - Alitalia's partner Etihad Airways on Monday filed an injunction against a German court's ruling that suspended its codesharing agreement for 29 flights with Airberlin. "We will fight to the end to protect our investment, our partnership with Airberlin and the possibility of choice in the air sector in Germany," said President and CEO James Hogan. Hogan is also vice president of Alitalia, which was saved by its 2014 tie-up with Etihad.

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