James Hogan chief executive of Etihad has retorted to Qantas’s boss, Alan Joyce’s complaints that foreign airlines are flooding the market with capacity that the airline should focus on its own business instead of complaining about the threats posed by Middle Eastern and Chinese airlines. Joyce has warned over the viability of its full-service international operations without a change of direction due to the increased competition. Hogan said foreign airlines were ”simply taking existing demand” and airlines such as Emirates and Etihad had opened up new markets in Europe, India and the Middle East. He said: “They should get back

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