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Etihad Airways extends its COVID-19 global wellness insurance cover

Posted 8 March 2021 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has extended its COVID-19 global wellness insurance cover until 30 September 2021.

 

Etihad Airways extends its COVID-19 global wellness insurance cover.  Image:  Etihad Airways 

Martin Drew, senior vice president sales & cargo, Etihad Airways, said: “Extending Etihad’s COVID-19 global wellness insurance reinforces the effectiveness of Etihad Wellness, the airline’s health and hygiene programme. It’s an added benefit automatically provided to all guests - no exceptions.

 

“As Etihad continues to gradually expand its services to up to 60 destinations this spring, the airline wants to instil confidence to travel and hopes this additional cover will reassure guests Etihad is doing everything it can to keep them safe and protected.”

 

Guests who are diagnosed with COVID-19 during their trip won’t have to worry about medical expenses or quarantine costs when they fly with Etihad.

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