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Etihad Airways introduces charter flight services

Posted 28 December 2020 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has expanded its business with the launch of charter and special flight services.

 

Fully customisable, business and leisure guests can choose from a variety of flight options including a dedicated passenger service, cargo only flight or a combined passenger and cargo package.

 

Alex Featherstone, vice president network planning & alliances, Etihad Airways, said: “While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the commercial aviation industry, charter flights provide a convenient alternative to travel, providing customers with the flexibility to choose the departure time, destination and routing.”

 

This year, Etihad has flown over 500 charters including passenger, government and humanitarian flights. Over 3.8M tonnes of cargo has been transported for the government of Abu Dhabi as part of the national aid programme using charter services.

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