The Abu Dhabi government has transferred the full ownership of Etihad Aviation Group (EAG), the parent company of Etihad Airways, to the holding company ADQ. This move is aimed at supporting Abu Dhabi’s vision to create an integrated aviation hub, which is in line with ADQ’s aviation strategy. “The Supreme Council for Financial and Economic Affairs “transferred full ownership” of EAG to ADQ,” the company said in a statement. ADQ aviation is an Abu-Dhabi-based investment and holding company. “The transfer of EAG complements ADQ’s efforts to transform Abu Dhabi into a global aviation hub anchored in end-to-end airport service excellence.
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