Etihad Airways Adds New Destinations, Increases Flight Frequencies

Etihad Airways has unveiled a network overhaul by introducing new destinations, providing more options and increasing frequencies to key international markets.

The Abu Dhabi-based airline is adding two new routes to the Indian Subcontinent – to the south Indian towns of Kozhikode and Thiruvananthapuram. These will be launched in January 2024.

Etihad has also made several recent network changes and frequency adds to enhance travel options and connectivity, including improved departure times and expanded frequencies. The increased frequencies will include Chennai, Islamabad, Kochi, Madrid, Milan, Munich, Rome, and Phuket.

From 1 January, Etihad will fly an additional five flights per week to make triple daily operations to Cairo, strengthening the link between Abu Dhabi and the Egyptian capital.

Seven direct flights per week to the Sri Lankan capital Colombo will be added. Three of these start from 1 December this year and the remaining four from 1 January, 2024. The carrier also announced an additional seven flights per week to the Maldives, with three flights starting from 1 December and four from 1 January.


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