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One of American, Delta, and United's most feared rivals just suffered a major blow

Etihad Aviation Group holds equity stakes in seven airlines. Two of them, Air Berlin and Alitalia, are now bankrupt. The CEO behind the strategy has left Etihad. But some investments have paid off. Etihad's grand plan for global domination looks to be in deep trouble. In July, the Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates-based aviation giant announced a staggering $1.87 billion loss for 2016.
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