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Etihad Airways awards PR mandate to LinOpinion

29-August-2012
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Etihad Airways awards PR mandate to LinOpinion

Etihad Airways has appointed LinOpinion, the public relations division of Lowe Lintas and Partners, as its communications and public relations partner in India.

Commenting on the development, Etihad Airways’ General Manager in India, Neerja Bhatia, said, “We are delighted to partner with LinOpinion as they have demonstrated an in-depth understanding of the aviation, hospitality, and travel and tourism industries. We are confident that we will benefit from their expertise and experience in the market.”

Joseph George, CEO, Lowe Lintas and Partners added here, “It is our ambition to partner with leading global brands, and being appointed by Etihad Airways as their communications partner is an enormous privilege for our team.”

Etihad Airways commenced flights from Mumbai in September 2004 and today operates services to eight cities across India.

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