Etihad Airways to boost Middle East operations

Victoria
By Victoria March 9, 2012 15:34

Etihad Airways to boost Middle East operations

Etihad Airways is adding flights to Kuwait and Dammam. From April 1, Etihad will increase frequency to Kuwait from 21 to 25 flights per week, and to Dammam from 13 to 16 flights per week, subject to regulatory approval.

Etihad Airways President and Chief Executive Officer James Hogan said: “Kuwait and Dammam are important strategic destinations for us due to the established cultural and commercial ties between the UAE and both Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
“The additional flights will open new horizons for commercial activities in both cities and will further strengthen our Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) network. Our guests will now have more flexibility in their travel to Abu Dhabi and on to the airline’s worldwide network.”

Victoria
By Victoria March 9, 2012 15:34
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