According to the international website, Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways has said that the airline’s core operating loss has been cut in half in the first half of this year.
Etihad Airways says its operating deficit has reached pre-epidemic levels of € 400 million.
State-owned Etihad Airways has stepped up its restructuring ahead of last year’s Corona virus outbreak, saying it has cut its operating costs by 27% to Rs 1.4 billion.
All of this has been made possible by a 40 percent reduction in the number of aircraft used by the airline, including 19 Boeing S777s, including the 10A38 Super Air Jumbo. 300 included.
In the first half of this year, Etihad Airways operated 64 aircraft carrying 1 million passengers, 71.5 percent less than the previous year. This number then dropped from 71% to 24.9%, resulting in a 29.5% decrease in operating income.