Etihad and Qatar Airways: profitable next decade

Etihad and Qatar Airways are re-writing the textbook on profitless

airline growth, with massive fleet and network expansion plans. Their development

plans are part of wider government-led economic development agendas in their

respective bases of Abu Dhabi and Qatar. Both carriers are confident of becoming

profitable early next decade, but their rivals are increasingly concerned about

the competitive imbalances created by the level of government support they receive.

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