ANALYSIS: Hogan departure signals Etihad scrutiny of partnerships

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Confirmation that James Hogan is to step down from the helm of Etihad Aviation Group in the second half of the year underlines the seriousness with which restructuring is being pursued at several of its airline investments.

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