Etihad reveals massive sale on flights from the UAE

Offers include tickets to Manila, Barcelona and Munich

Etihad reveals massive sale on flights from the UAE

If you're considering booking a flight, then now is the time – with another major airline announcing a huge sale on flights.

Etihad Airways has slashed prices on economy and business class seats on routes across the globe, just days after Emirates did the same.

You'll need to be quick though, because the prices are only available until Thursday January 24.

Return economy fares from Abu Dhabi to Manila are available from just Dhs1,763, while flyers can also get to Barcelona for Dhs2,573 or Munich for Dhs2,783.

Meanwhile, if you're planning to go business class then tickets cost as little as Dhs5,409 for flights to Bangkok in Thailand or Dhs4,569 to the Egyptian capital Cairo.

Alternatively, if you want to fly from Dubai, then check out the special fares on offer from Emirates – with tickets starting at Dhs795.

Some highlights include trips to Asia for as low as Dhs825, spots in Europe from Dhs1,955 and the USA for around Dhs3,500.

For those planning on heading to the Phillipines, flights start from Dhs2,095, while fares to places such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad are going for under Dhs1,000.

If you’ve always wanted to head over to The Big Apple, fares to New York are from Dhs3,995, while a trip to London will set you back at least Dhs2,285.

As for other destinations, other flights that will set you back around Dhs2,600 include Rome, Prague, Frankfurt, Malta, Moscow, Athens, Zurich and many more.

So get planning and we'll see you on board.
Etihad until Thu Jan 24, Emirates until Tue Jan 22,

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