Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways plans to increase capacity to three of its significant Asian destinations in a response to growing traffic on the routes. Larger aircraft will be employed on the routes to Shanghai and Chengdu in China, as well as to Seoul, South Korea. “Asia-Pacific is the fastest growing air transport region in the world, and China is the fastest-growing individual market,” Etihad CCO Robin Kamark noted. “As we continue to modernize our aircraft fleet, ...

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