I keep going back home to India but this was the first time I went for Etihad Airways, on this video shoot. Simple concept defined with simplicity and of course, who doesn’t likes to be home?
Check it out here:
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Thanks you all and thanks mom!
One of the fastest growing Airlines in the World, the Etihad Airways from Abu Dhabi, UAE, have released their new livery on the upcoming Airbus A380 & Boeing 787, which will be flagship for this Airline.
The Presiden & CEO of Etihad Airways, James Hogan, explained that this geometry on the tail fin of these airplanes are a depiction of modern architecture of Abu Dhabi. He also announced that the A350-XWB should be coming in early next year. This would be really interesting to see especially with B787-800 already being in the Etihad Fleet.
Check out the official grand roll-out of the A380:
Check out the livery painting:
I am going to cut it short and ask the basic question about the three high competitive gulf carriers going head-to-head with new airplanes, new routes & new products. Who is better & who is the best, only time will tell, again & again.
Let me just take a brief moment & say, size doesn’t matter; quality does & will. If your quality suck, you suck. Because even consumers doesn’t give you many chances.
Dubai, a candidate city for hosting the Expo in 2020. The support so far has been astonishing. So many nationalities have come united towards the bid and what’s awesome to see is, people in Dubai, rather UAE are behaving, as “We Know We Have It, Regardless Of The Result”. That’s the spirit with-in Dubai; look outside, some of the finest nations have come in support and released statements favoring Dubai, same nations who didn’t back Dubai during the debacle of 2008-10.
Clear anticipations of larger pool of business, the world have never seen before, Dubai will unfold some of the finest architecture & technological aspects. It’s midway to both Dubai International Airport and Abu Dhabi International Airport connected more than 350 destinations every-day. In Dubai Airshow 2013, the largest order in the history of civil aviation was placed by Emirates, ordering 150 wide-body Boeing-777x and 50 Airbus A-380, valuing up to $99bn. Racing up to it, Etihad Airways placed for another 117 aircrafts and Qatar Airways with 70 orders. There is no sign of slowing down for Dubai.
Great lesson for other nations, as well as teaches us a lot about life, that if we are united towards anything, we can overcome any debacle and achieve almost everything in life. My vote and support goes to Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and once again a huge congratulations to Prime Minister of UAE, Ruler of Dubai, H.H. Shiekh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum – The Visionary. You’ve done it right, else this support wouldn’t have come in.