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  • (left to right) Gianni Tronza, Etihad Airways GM Switzerland; Nadja Schildknecht, co-founder and managing Director of the Zurich Film Festival; Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways Chief Commercial Officer.

    (left to right) Gianni Tronza, Etihad Airways GM Switzerland; Nadja Schildknecht, co-founder and managing Director of the Zurich Film Festival; Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways Chief Commercial Officer.

  • Peter Baumgartner shows Nadja Schildknecht around the Etihad Airways mobile exhibition vehicle

    Peter Baumgartner shows Nadja Schildknecht around the Etihad Airways mobile exhibition vehicle

  • Gianni Tronza (centre left) and Peter Baumgartner (centre right) outside the Etihad Airways mobile exhibition vehicle

    Gianni Tronza (centre left) and Peter Baumgartner (centre right) outside the Etihad Airways mobile exhibition vehicle

  • Peter Baumgartner outside the Etihad Airways mobile exhibition vehicle

    Peter Baumgartner outside the Etihad Airways mobile exhibition vehicle

  • Nadja Schildknecht in The Residence in the Etihad Airways mobile exhibition vehicle

    Nadja Schildknecht in The Residence in the Etihad Airways mobile exhibition vehicle

25 Sep 2015 16:00

Etihad Airways has launched a unique new mobile exhibition which will visit its key European markets to give commercial partners and consumers first-hand experience of the airline’s revolutionary new cabin products and inflight service elements. 

Weighing approximately 22 tonnes and measuring 50m², the 16m long mobile exhibition includes full-size mock-ups of The Residence, the world’s only three-room cabin on a commercial airline, and the First Apartment – both currently onboard the airline’s A380 fleet, and also the B787 First Suite.

The Business Studio and Economy Smart Seat, which feature on both aircraft types, are also displayed. 

Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways’ Chief Commercial Officer, said: “Our cabin products have captured the world’s imagination, setting a new standard in sophisticated flying. 

“The Etihad Airways Mobile Exhibition will give our corporate and industry partners an understanding of the innovation and creativity which went into designing these industry-leading cabins.”  

The first phase of the tour will commence on 24 September in Switzerland’s commercial capital Zurich, in time for the start of the Zurich Film Festival, of which Etihad Airways is a major sponsor. 

It will then head to Munich, Frankfurt, Hannover, Düsseldorf, Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg, Cannes, Milan, Torino and Bologna, ending in Amsterdam on 14 December. 

The second phase, beginning in January 2016, will see the Etihad Airways Mobile Exhibition visit the UK, Ireland, Belgium and Spain, followed by repeat visits to the cities included in the first phase of the tour. 

“We are delighted to commence this tour in Switzerland, which is world renowned for design, craftsmanship, hospitality and generosity of spirit. These are all core elements of the Etihad Airways brand and service philosophy, now brilliantly showcased in this mobile exhibition.” 

The mobile product exhibition allows Etihad Airways to bypass the logistical constraints of transporting cabin mock ups to multiple locations, taking its ground-breaking premium products directly to target markets, trade events, and exhibitions. 

The mobile exhibition vehicle will be painted in Etihad Airways’ ‘Facets of Abu Dhabi’ corporate colours, ensuring optimal exposure of the airline’s branding as it makes its way around Europe. ets with the cost of pilot training, Alitalia is making a contribution to each trainee, investing a total of over one million Euros. Previously, pilot trainees were expected to shoulder the cost of training without sponsored assistance. The airline has also entered into an agreement with UniCredit to offer cadets a bespoke loan scheme.  

In preparation for the addition of new wide-body aircraft to the Alitalia fleet, the airline, together with Etihad Airways, is currently in the process of planning more Cadet Pilot programs to meet future growth and demand. 

The re-opening of the Alitalia Training Centre for Pilots, and the associated Cadet Pilot program, has been made possible due to the involvement of the Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC), which reviewed and endorsed the training course. 

In addition to the Cadet Pilot program, Alitalia and Etihad Airways also promote similar training initiatives for graduates and engineers, which to date have welcomed 47 participants in both Italy and the UAE.

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