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Airplanes. Newsflash: James Hogan left Etihad Airways

Rome, Italy - Also his vice-presidency in Alitalia lost

According to the reliable sources coming from the Gulf James Hogan, president and CEO of the Abu Dhabi's airline, Etihad Airways, left both roles. The leadership of the carrier is arranging for his replacement. Not fulfilling these appointments, also his office as vice-president of Alitalia-SAI (Società aerea italiana), of which Etihad owns 49%, lost automatically.

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency