Etihad Airways strengthens the flight route from Israel to the East

Flight ticket for departure until November 30, which includes hand luggage up to 7 kg, suitcase up to 20 kg and lunch at a price starting at $ 475 for Bangkok, starting at $ 522 for Phuket and starting at $ 465 for the Maldives

Etihad Airways’ Dreamliner. PR photo

Etihad Airways continues to strengthen its flight route from Israel to the East via Abu Dhabi, which is in particularly high demand with more than 100,000 passengers during 2021, with 70% continuing with the company to destinations in the Far East, India and the Maldives.

Starting today, Tuesday (26.4), the company will operate the flight route between Tel Aviv and Abu Dhabi in the format of 5 weekly flights on three types of aircraft: Airbus A320, Dreamliner 787-900 and Boeing 777 wide-body – all offer two classes, tourists and business.

The flights depart from Ben Gurion Airport on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 15:15 and will land in Abu Dhabi at 19:35. Passengers from Israel who choose to fly through the company from Abu Dhabi to further destinations, will be able to enjoy the unique concourse program that includes up to two nights in Abu Dhabi in 3/4 star hotels at the expense of the company.

Simultaneously with the expansion of operations, the company is launching an attractive price campaign this week on flights from Tel Aviv to a variety of destinations in the east, departing between 10.5 and 30.11. For example: a flight ticket price from Bangkok starts at $ 475, Phuket starts at $ 522, Colombo starts at $ 621, Bangalore starts at $ 624, Delhi starts at $ 551, Maldives starts at $ 456 and Singapore starts at $ 456. $ 850.

All prices include taxes and levies, hand luggage 7 kg, suitcase 20 kg and lunch on the flight.

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