- The Supreme Council for Financial and Economic Affairs transfers ownership of Etihad Aviation Group to ADQ
- ADQ’s new aviation strategy is centered around Abu Dhabi’s ambitions to serve as a world-class sustainable aviation hub anchored in end-to-end airport service excellence and an unrivaled customer journey
The Supreme Council for Financial and Economic Affairs has transferred full ownership of Etihad Aviation Group (EAG) to ADQ, an Abu Dhabi-based investment and holding company.
The transfer of EAG complements ADQ’s efforts to realize Abu Dhabi’s vision to strengthen the emirate’s position as a global aviation hub delivering integrated and competitive aviation services.
Etihad Airways is a global leader in air travel, recognized for its best-in-class service and sustainable travel experience, connecting to 63 destinations in 42 countries.
Earlier this year, EAG’s ancillary businesses were transitioned into ADQ to create a new integrated aviation support services company, ushering in a new wave of growth for the sector. EAG will continue its aspiration to be a leading global airline that delivers a best-in-class customer experience, unrivalled services and care for its guests, as part of ADQ’s aviation portfolio.
Established in 2018, ADQ is an Abu Dhabi-based investment and holding company with a broad portfolio of major enterprises. Its investments span key sectors of the UAE’s diversified economy including energy and utilities, food and agriculture, healthcare and life sciences, and mobility and logistics, amongst others. As a strategic partner of Abu Dhabi’s government, ADQ is committed to accelerating the transformation of the Emirate into a globally competitive and knowledge-based economy.
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