Etihad to fly to Beirut and Amman triple daily

Etihad Airways is increasing its Beirut and Amman services from 18 weekly flights to triple daily from July 2.

The additional flights will add more than 800 seats per week between Abu Dhabi and the two Middle Eastern cities.

Both services will be operated by an A320 in a two-class configuration with 16 seats in Pearl Business and 120 in Coral Economy.

James Hogan, president and CEO of Etihad Airways, said: “The Middle East network has been performing strongly. This increase in our services is indicative of the huge confidence we have in this important regional market.

“We have steadily increased frequencies on both routes in line wth strong demand, not only to the capital of the UAE, but also via Abu Dhabi to and from key destinations in Asia and Australia.”

The Abu Dhabi to Beirut schedule will be as follows:

Beirut flight schedule

The Abu Dhabi to Amman schedule will be as follows:

Amman flight schedule

On the same day, July 2, Eithad Airways is increasing its flight frequencies to Athens and Larnaca (see news, April 16).

etihad.com

Graham Smith


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  • Waiting for the Gulf carriers including Gulf Air of Bahrain and Etihad in particular to run daily flights to the booming city of Erbil, Iraq. With EY connections to the East and West in the face of the very expensive Turkish airlines flights that dominate the market. TK is the number one carrier mainly for the convenience of connecting in the crowded dated Istanbul airport.
    OS and LH run a very hectic impractical flights, the door is open for any carrier to accept the TK challenge and dominance.

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