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Etihad Airways enhances its mobile app

Posted 27 August 2020 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has updated its mobile application for Android, Apple and Huawei smartphones, enabling guests to manage their journey with even greater ease.

Etihad Airways updates its mobile application for Android, Apple and Huawei smartphones. Image: Etihad Airways

New key features allow guests to purchase upgrades or other extras, use Etihad Guest Miles as a form of payment or choose from 10 other payment options, including Travel Bank, which have been added to the booking flow.

 

Frank Meyer, chief digital officer, Etihad Airways said: “To increase flexibility during the coronavirus pandemic, we established Travel Bank, an account which guests can use for future redemption on flights. With the new app, guests are now able to book their next flight with travel credits they have saved while being unable to fly due to travel restrictions. As we strive to make travel as convenient as possible, this is a step forward in our innovation strategy.”

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