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Etihad Airways celebrates 15th anniversary of services to Brussels

Posted 30 October 2020 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its first service between Abu Dhabi and Brussels.

Etihad Airways celebrates 15th anniversary of services to Brussels.   Image:  Etihad Airways

Since launching the flights on 31 October 2005, Etihad has carried almost 2 million passengers between the two capitals, building on strong demand for point-to-point business and leisure travel between Abu Dhabi and Brussels. The airline has also carried large numbers of travellers via Abu Dhabi to and from Brussels, with the most popular destinations being Muscat in Oman, Sydney and Melbourne in Australia, Bangkok and Phuket in Thailand, Delhi and Mumbai in India, and Islamabad and Lahore in Pakistan.

 

Between 2011 and 2015, Etihad Airways expanded the service from an original three flights to eight weekly departures. Since 2016, the airline has operated a daily service, however this is currently reduced to three flights per week due to COVID-19 travel restrictions. Flights between both cities are operated by a two-class Boeing 787 Dreamliner, featuring Etihad’s award-winning cabins and inflight products.

 

Ann Ramaekers, Etihad Airways country manager Belgium, said: “For 15 years, our Abu Dhabi-Brussels service has provided a strong connection between the two regions, opening up opportunities for business and tourism travel to and from Brussels to Abu Dhabi and beyond.

“We are proud to continue linking Belgium to the world today, and we hope to resume our daily service once travel restrictions begin to ease. In June this year, we launched Etihad Wellness, an expanded and more comprehensive health and hygiene programme and customer guide, to keep passengers safe, well and reassured while travelling with us. Our global COVID-19 wellness insurance is also now included with every Etihad Airways ticket. We are pleased to be able to maintain this important connection between the UAE and Europe during this time.”

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