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Etihad signs codeshare agreement with Malev

June 4 - Etihad Airways on Thursday signed a new codeshare agreement with Hungarian carrier, Malev Airlines. The deal will be implemented from September 2010 and will provide travelers in Hungary access to the airline’s network spread across 61 destinations.

Under the deal, Etihad will place its two-letter 'EY' code on services operated by Malev between Budapest and Athens, Brussels, Paris, Frankfurt and Milan. In turn, Malev will place its 'MA' code on Etihad’s flights between those cities and Abu Dhabi.


Speaking about the agreement, James Hogan, Etihad Airways’ Chief Executive Officer, said: "By expanding our codeshare network to include Malev Airlines, Etihad continues to offer its services to greater numbers of travellers around the world. Budapest is one of Europe's famous historical and commercial capitals and attracts significant volumes of business and we look forward to working with our colleagues at Malev to provide seamless travel between our respective hubs and beyond."

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