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Etihad Airways partners with ADCB

April 15- Etihad Airways has announced its partnership with the Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) to launch co-branded visa credit and debit cards for the benefit of  its frequent flyers. The features of the payment options will be unveiled at the time of the launch of the card, expected at the end of the second quarter.
The agreement was signed by Chief Executive Officer ADCB, Ala'a Eraiqat, and CEO, Etihad Airways, James Hogan.
Faulty Saudi plane lands on Kuwait Airport (keywords: Kuwait international airport, Essam Al-Zamil)
April 15- A Saudi Arabian airplane landed safely at Kuwait International Airport after a technical glitch caused a failure of the  landing gear to open, said Airport Operations Director Essam Al-Zamil.

The plane, said Al-Zamil,  was carrying 104 passengers and flew for 50 minutes before it landed.
 

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