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Coronavirus: UAE's Etihad to resume partial flights in May, says airline's CEO

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Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways has the full support of its state shareholder, its chief executive said on Thursday as the airline announced a partial resumption of passenger flights from May 1.

“The cumulative gains achieved by our ongoing transformation, and the unwavering support of our shareholder, has left us in a relatively strong position to withstand any instability,” Tony Douglas said in a statement.

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