Etihad reveals extensive expansion with flights to India, Saudi Arabia, and more
Etihad Airways has unveiled a significant expansion of its flight services, responding to heightened demand from travelers.
The airline is set to increase flights to various destinations across the Middle East, India, and other locations, catering to evolving travel needs.
This surge in flight capacity reflects a substantial 27% increase in weekly departures compared to the previous summer. Etihad Airways aims to enhance connectivity to strategic destinations, meeting the dynamic demands of passengers seeking flexible travel options.
The airline is intensifying flights to key destinations, including Jeddah and Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, Amman in Jordan, Beirut in Lebanon, Colombo in Sri Lanka, and Kolkata and Bangalore in India. These efforts align with Etihad's ambitious strategy to expand flights and frequencies, ultimately contributing to Abu Dhabi's global connectivity and providing passengers with more travel choices.
The enhancements are part of Etihad’s broader expansion plan, focusing on increasing flights and frequencies to further bolster Abu Dhabi’s global reach and offer more flexible travel options for its guests.
Arik De, Chief Revenue and Commercial Officer at Etihad, emphasized that these flight increases align with the airline's commitment to seamless connections in Abu Dhabi and the ongoing expansion of its global network. The goal is to offer passengers enhanced opportunities to travel to their desired destinations at their preferred times.
The comprehensive expansion includes additional flights to Jeddah and Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, Amman in Jordan, Beirut in Lebanon, Colombo in Sri Lanka, and Kolkata and Bangalore in India. This move is part of Etihad's broader strategy to augment flights and frequencies, supporting Abu Dhabi's global reach and providing passengers with more flexible travel options.
Etihad Airways has been actively expanding its network, introducing new routes and increasing frequencies to accommodate growing passenger demand and contribute to the connectivity and accessibility of various regions. This latest increase in flights demonstrates the airline's commitment to meeting customer needs and adapting to the evolving landscape of global travel.