Abu Dhabi's Etihad launches five seasonal routes for summer
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Abu Dhabi’s Etihad launches five seasonal routes for summer

Abu Dhabi’s Etihad launches five seasonal routes for summer

Three seasonal services took off on the morning of June 15

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Abu Dhabi-based carrier Etihad Airways is launching five seasonal routes this week that will connect Abu Dhabi to summer hotspots across Europe and the Indian Ocean.

Three seasonal services took off on the morning of June 15, connecting Abu Dhabi to Nice on the French Côte d’Azur, the historic city of Heraklion on the Greek island of Crete, and Malaga in Spain. All three services are set to be operated on a twice-per-week basis.

These will be complemented by additional routes to the islands of Santorini in Greece and Zanzibar in Tanzania, both operating three times weekly. These seasonal routes will grow the carrier’s network to over 70 destinations.

“Summer adventurers have plenty to discover with Etihad Airways this year,” said Martin Drew, senior vice president global sales. “From the stunning beaches of the Costa del Sol to the picture-perfect French Riviera, Etihad’s summer network offers even more opportunities to get away and experience the wonder of travel in 2022.”

Guests on the inaugural flights are being presented with an exclusive Etihad wellbeing kit to kickstart their summer holiday. The kits include a mini tote bag upcycled from flight blankets, a limited-edition reusable infuser water bottle and naturally carbonated FRÍO® sparkling water from the UAE.

Etihad Airways’ seasonal summer routes are as follows:  

Destination 

Operating dates

Aircraft

Frequencies

Crete

 June 15 – September 17

A320

two flights per week

Malaga

 June 15 –  September 18

B787

two flights per week

Nice

June 15 – September 18

B787

two flights per week

Santorini

 June 16 – September 18

A320

three flights per week

Zanzibar

June 17– September 18

A320

three flights per week

The Etihad Aviation Group reduced its carbon footprint from 9,828,970 tonnes of carbon dioxide in 2018 to 4,310,592 tonnes in 2021.

Read: Abu Dhabi’s Etihad reduces carbon footprint by 56% between 2018-2021

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