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18-Jun-2013 3:59 PM

Etihad Airways operated 78 aircraft to 94 destinations as of 31-May-2013

Etihad Airways operated (18-Jun-2013) a fleet of 78 aircraft as of 31-May-2013, comprising 19 A320s, 22 A330s, 12 A340s, 15 Boeing 777-300ERs, one A300-600F, three A330-200Fs, three 777-200Fs and three 747Fs. The airline expects to take delivery of five A320s and three 777-300ERs and retire one A340 and its A300-600F in 2013. The carrier plans to receive 12 A320s, two A330s, 12 A350s, 10 A380s, 41 787s and one A330-200F and retire its 747Fs between 2014 and 2020. Etihad Airways' network included 94 destinations in 55 countries at the end of May-2013. The airline commenced routes to Belgrade and Sao Paulo in Jun-2013 and plans to commence services to Sana'a in Sep-2013 and Ho Chi Minh City in Oct-2013. [more - original PR]

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