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Etihad Airways sells minority stake in Darwin Airline

Posted 21 July 2017 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has sold its minority stake in European regional carrier Darwin Airline.

Darwin Airline said in a statement that Etihad, which held a 33.33 percent stake in the airline, and other investors have sold their shares to a new Swiss subsidiary of Slovenia's Adria Airways.

Darwin Airline will be rebranded as Adria Airways Switzerland.

Darwin Airline was one of eight carriers Etihad bought since 2011 and the second one sold after British Airways-owner International Airlines Group  took over Aer Lingus in 2015.

 

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