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Etihad Airways launch new seasonal flights to Malaga

Posted 24 December 2019 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways will launch new seasonal flights to Malaga in Spain.


Three weekly flights will operate via the Moroccan capital, Rabat, from 26 June to 13 September 2020.

Robin Kamark, chief commercial officer, Etihad Aviation Group, said: “Malaga has been on our wish-list for some time and we are tremendously pleased to announce summer season services to the Costa del Sol, a region which for decades has been popular with travellers from across the United Arab Emirates. This will be the only service between the UAE and the main gateway to Andalucía.

“Together with Madrid and Barcelona, Malaga will be Etihad’s third destination in Spain, further boosting our successful operations to the Iberian Peninsula. The new flights will be operated by our next-generation 787 Dreamliners, ensuring we provide the best product and service to our customers heading on business or on holiday.”

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