Etihad Airways has started the year with its annual global sale, offering deals for travellers looking to explore destinations including London, Beirut, Amsterdam and more, with fares starting as low as A$1,664 in Economy and A$7,572 in Business in the Australian market.
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The global sale ends on January 17, 2023, for travel between February 1 and October 31, 2023.
Arik De, Chief Revenue Officer, Etihad Airways, said: “At Etihad, we understand the new year is a time many of us start making exciting travel plans for the year ahead. Guests looking to book their holidays can take advantage of this year’s global sale for the opportunity to visit Abu Dhabi or many other destinations on the Etihad network. Abu Dhabi is a thriving cultural hotspot with a wide variety of tourist attractions that holidaymakers can enjoy with Etihad’s stopover programme.”
Passengers can also benefit from Etihad’s Stopover programme, with free hotel stays at select 3* and 4* hotels, or discounts of up to 40% off Abu Dhabi’s premium 4* and 5* star hotels.
Find out more at etihad.com/stopover
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