Etihad Launches Interline Partnerships With Five Airlines

The national carrier of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Etihad Airways, has introduced reciprocal interline partnerships with five airlines: Kam Air in Afghanistan, Sky Express in Greece, Rex Airlines in Australia, Jeju Air in Korea, and Myanmar Airways International.

The agreement will benefit travellers on all carriers mentioned above. They can book an entire journey on a single ticket and have their baggage checked in to their destination. For instance, passengers from Etihad’s hub—Zayed International Airport, Abu Dhabi—can connect to the Kam Air flight to Kabul without having to claim or recheck-in their luggage.

Similarly, travellers aboard any of the two daily Etihad flights to Athens can use Sky Express’s network of 28 destinations in Greece. Rex Airlines, which serves 22 destinations across Australia, including Hobart, Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane and the Gold Coast, will serve passengers from Etihad’s links in Sydney and Melbourne.

Jeju Air provides similar access from Seoul to 27 destinations across seven Northeast Asian countries. Myanmar Airways International can connect passengers to Yangon and Mandalay through Etihad’s gateways in South Asia.

With the new interline partnerships active, Etihad Airways has boosted its list of global codeshare, interline and strategic partnerships with carriers to 123.

Also Read: Etihad To Fly An A380 To Paris

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