Etihad Airways plans to start passenger flights at this time



Etihad Airways said today, Wednesday, that it now plans to start regular passenger flights from June 16, delaying the resumption of air traffic for the second time this month.

The company said, in a statement, that it had opened reservations for flights throughout its network as of June 16, but warned that this might change if the existing restrictions were extended.

Etihad Airways announced today that it will increase private flights to 15 destinations around the world, and the flights will be carried out until May 31, while preparing for the resumption of regular flights, subject to lifting the restrictions currently imposed.

During May, the company will boost the number of previously announced private flights from Abu Dhabi to Amsterdam, Barcelona, ​​Brussels, Frankfurt, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, London, Manila, Melbourne, Seoul, Singapore, Tokyo and Zurich and will operate new flights to Dublin and New York.

The federation continues to adhere to government directives in the UAE, governments and external regulatory bodies, and has implemented an intensive sterilization and safety program to reinforce strict measures taken and ensure the highest levels of hygiene at every point of its guests’ flight, including the application of social spacing on board.

The Federation also reviewed the food services on board the aircraft to ensure compliance with global health and hygiene requirements to address the spread of the new Corona virus (Covid-19) while continuing to provide a high-quality dining experience on board.


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