ANA -Etihad sets for code share agreement
The United Arab Emirates based Etihad Airways would open an Abela supermarket at Etihad Plaza where it would offer an extensive range of fresh foods and grocery products. The products would be sourced either locally or from overseas for selling at the store.
Airways' Chief People and Performance Officer said, "The opening of Abela supermarket is an excellent addition to the wide range of facilities provided for our growing workforce."
Meanwhile, the airline is going for a code share deal with ANA, in a clear reflection to increase its growing presence in Japan. The move will help Etihad Airways customers to use its services while travelling to leading destinations in Japan. Japanese travellers will also have a better opportunity to use the wide range of services offered by the Abu Dhabi based-airline.
James Hogan, Etihad Airways Chief Executive, said, "This code-share agreement will enable us to offer international connections to a broader local market."
Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways Chief Commercial Officer, informed that the airline would offer unique ground services and travel solutions to the visitors to the UAE that would enhance tourism in the region.
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