Etihad Set To Increase Flights Across Middle East And India

UAE’s national carrier, Etihad Airways, has announced that it will increase flights to some more destinations across the Middle East and India later this year. From March 15, 2024, Etihad will operate seven more weekly flights to Jeddah and Riyadh. That takes the total weekly services to both cities in Saudi Arabia to 28.

Then, from June 15, 2024, Etihad will operate four additional weekly flights to Amman and Columbo, boosting the per week service counts to the Jordanian and Sri Lankan capitals to 11 and 17, respectively. From the same date, the carrier will also add two more per week flights to Beirut (Lebanon), one more to Kolkata (India) and three more to Bengaluru (India). After those additions, their weekly service counts will increase to 7, 8, and 17, respectively.

Earlier this month, Etihad expanded its reach in India by introducing two new routes.

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