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Etihad takes 100th and 101st aircraft

written by australianaviation.com.au | July 1, 2014
Etihad's 100th and 101st aircraft, an A321 and A320, upon arrival in Abu Dhabi. (Etihad)
Etihad’s 100th and 101st aircraft, an A321 and A320, upon arrival in Abu Dhabi. (Etihad)

Etihad Airways has taken delivery of its 100th and 101st aircraft in a simultaneous handover ceremony at Finkenwerder in Hamburg.

The aircraft, an Airbus A321 and A320 respectively, were handed over on June 29.

“This is an important day for an airline which launched operations just over ten years ago,” President and CEO of Etihad, James Hogan said in a statement. “Etihad Airways continues to grow, to prosper and to lead the way in innovation and service. Today, we fly the most technologically advanced and fuel efficient aircraft available, setting new standards in comfort and reliability.”

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