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Etihad Airways wins twice at Business Traveller Middle East Awards

Posted 23 October 2020 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has been awarded ‘Best Economy Class’ and ‘Best Frequent Flyer Programme’ at yesterday’s Business Traveller Middle East Awards 2020.

Etihad Airways has been awarded ‘Best Economy Class’ and ‘Best Frequent Flyer Programme’.  Image: Emirates Airlines

Last year, Etihad transformed its Economy product and service by introducing enhancements to the dining experience and providing guests with greater control, choice and value by personalising their travel experiences. This accolade reinforces the airline’s commitment to innovating Economy travel, in the same way it has already done in establishing its award-winning Business, First and The Residence cabins.

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