Etihad Airways Increases Middle East and North Africa Capacity to Cater to Growing Summer Demand

Etihad Airways Increases Middle East and North Africa Capacity to Cater to Growing Summer Demand

Etihad Airways is increasing capacity between its Abu Dhabi hub and key markets of Amman, Beirut, Cairo, Casablancaand Rabat to cater to the peak June – September travel period, while additional services to Dammam will be year-round. Extra flights and the deployment of bigger aircraft in the Middle East and North Africa will provide local guests with more choice and greater convenience travelling during the holiday season.

Details are:-

• Dammam: 4th new daily flight

• Amman: 2nd new daily flight

• Beirut: 4 new flights a week and introduction of Boeing 787

• Cairo: 5th new daily flight

• Casablanca: aircraft upgrade to Airbus A340

• Rabat: one extra weekly flight

Dammam in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will initially be served with an additional three morning flights a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from June 26, rising to a daily service on July 9. The capacity increase to the largest city in the Kingdom’s Eastern Province will raise frequency on the route to four daily services year-round.

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