Etihad operates to 76 destinations this summer

The launch of eight new flights this summer means Etihad Airways’ is operating to 76 destinations this summer.

Etihad CEO Antonoaldo Neves said: “It is an exciting month for Etihad…


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The launch of eight new flights this summer means Etihad Airways’ is operating to 76 destinations this summer.

Etihad CEO Antonoaldo Neves said: “It is an exciting month for Etihad as we deliver on our plans to expand our network with eight additional locations.

“We are launching flights to three important sites – Bali, Jaipur and Al Qassim – which we can see from our forward-bookings are already proving popular with our guests.

“At the same time, we’ve commenced operations to new seasonal destinations and returned to popular summer hotspots.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming our guests on board this summer and conveniently connecting more people to more places around the world.”

This Eid holiday, Etihad began operating directly to summer destinations including Nice on the French Riviera and Antalya on the Turkish Riviera, as well as returning to the Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini.

Earlier in June, Etihad relaunched its services to the popular Spanish holiday resort of Malaga for the season.

This week, Etihad launched services directly to Jaipur, known as the pink city and a major tourist hotspot in Rajasthan, India, and is the airline’s 11th gateway to the country.

On Monday 24 June, Etihad will launch a new service to Al Qassim, marking the fourth destination for Etihad in Saudi Arabia.

The following day, 25 June, Etihad will launch its very first flight to the dream island of Bali, Indonesia.

As well as offering a direct gateway for visitors to the island hotspot from the UAE, Etihad also offers convenient connections from Europe, North America and the GCC.

Etihad will operate to Bali four times a week, offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy the quintessential tropical island escape.

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