articles | 25 June 2014

Etihad launches daily flights between Abu Dhabi and Larnaca

Etihad Airways, the national carrier of the UAE, will boost frequency and capacity to Larnaca from 1st July 2014, adding depth to its expanding network, while enhancing connectivity over its Abu Dhabi hub.

Etihad Airways will operate Larnaca as a daily service during the peak summer period from 1 July to 30 September 2014.

Flight EY093 will depart from Abu Dhabi at 09:25 (local time) and arrive in Larnaca at 12:50. The return flight, EY094, will depart from Larnaca at 14:35 and arrive in Abu Dhabi at 19:30 local time.

As of 1st October 2014 Etihad Airways will increase its base frequency on the Abu Dhabi - Larnaca route from three to five flights per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday). 

All services to and from Larnaca will be operated by a two-class Airbus A320 aircraft configured to carry 16 guests in Pearl Business Class and 120 in Coral Economy Class. 

Mr. Abdelrahman Abdullah Al Madhloum Al Suwaidi, Etihad Airways General Manager for Cyprus said: “The increase in frequency and capacity demonstrates our commitment to build a global, connected network. The additional flights will provide more choice and flexibility, as well as better connectivity over Abu Dhabi. The additional services will also support the growth of business and leisure traffic over Abu Dhabi, and offer travellers greater choice of destinations across the Gulf region, Indian Sub-continent, Asia and Australia.” 

Flights can be booked on www.etihad.com/cy, through Etihad Airways Contact Centres, or via travel agents.

Source: Financial Mirror

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