Etihad boss: Europe flights deal is 'win-win scenario'
Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways is to become the first Gulf carrier to have its brand flying between European destinations after it bought a stake in Darwin Airline.
The small Swiss regional carrier has agreed to brand its own planes as 'Etihad Regional' and sport the Gulf carrier's paint - thereby marking a turning point in global aviation strategy.
Speaking at the Dubai Air Show, Etihad president James Hogan told the BBC's Simon Atkinson why the deal made sense.
18 Nov 2013
- From the section Business