Infograph of Etihad Airways 2016 Fleet Jen Deglmann, Aviation Week Fleet Discovery

Infographic: Etihad Airways' Fleet Changes, 2006-16

The 400% increase reflects more aircraft owned and a total of 63 additional Boeing and 33 Airbus aircraft.

Etihad Airways, based at the Abu Dhabi International Airport in the United Arab Emirates, has increased its fleet size by 400% in the past 10 years. The 96 additional aircraft include 22 Airbus A320-200s, 10 A321-200s and 19 A33-200s. In 2006, the airline leased 75% of its fleet and owned 25%. Currently, Etihad Airways leases 47.5% of its aircraft and owns 52.5%.

In 2015, Etihad Airways signed a 10-year agreement with AFI KLM E&M for component pool access for the airline's Boeing 777 aircraft. The carrier owns five Boeing 777-200LRs, five 777-200F/Lrs and 12 777-300ERs, and it leases seven 777-300ERs.

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