The Etihad roadshow is continuing across the globe with current support from more than 60 institutions globally, which now provide more than US$7.1bn in cumulative funding for the airline’s ongoing expansion. It remains to be seen if the equity alliance with investments in Air Seychelles (40%), airberlin (29.21%), Virgin Australia (9%) and Aer Lingus (2.987%) will continue to be as successful as the initial period (20% of total passenger revenue). Etihad hedged 80% of fuel costs with 22 financial institutions for 2012 but currently has 76% of its fuel costs hedged for 2013, 44% for 2014, and 19% for 2015.

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