Etihad Airways’ executive team is close to completing its strategic review and setting a new five- and 10-year plan after being rocked financially by what its CEO calls “a perfect storm” of multiple circumstances. The Abu Dhabi-based carrier Etihad Airways posted a net loss of $1.87 billion for 2016, reversed from a net profit of $103 million in 2015. Exceptional charges were major factors behind the deficit, including an $808 million charge on assets and financial ...

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