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Abu Dhabi carrier Etihad Thursday appointed a senior British defense official who once ran the emirate's airports as its next chief executive, as it looks to staunch heavy losses. Tony Douglas will join Etihad, which lost $1.87 billion last year, in January from the British Defense Ministry where he oversees equipment procurement and training for the army.Douglas's predecessor, Australian James Hogan, stepped down in January after piloting the Gulf airline through more than 10 largely lucrative years.Etihad was launched in 2003 and has a fleet of 120 aircraft, with another 178 on order, serving 112 destinations.
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