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Etihad Airways hosts pop stars Now United

Posted 21 June 2021 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has hosted global pop stars Now United at the airline’s state-of-the-art aviation training facility based in Abu Dhabi.

Image:  Etihad Airways

Eight of the Now United superstars were spotted enjoying a flying lesson at Etihad Aviation Training’s flight simulators. They also tried the cabin crew training exercises, including the Boeing 787 door trainer, and took part in a mock-evacuation by sliding down the emergency slides.

Now United is the first-ever global pop group with 18 talented singers and dancers from 18 different countries.

The singers share their talent and experiences with a passionate fanbase, with compelling content every day across their social media platforms.Formed by Simon Fuller, the inspiration behind Spice Girls and the creator of the American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance TV franchises.

 

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