Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways to resume flights to Athens

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Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways to resume flights to Athens

Air travel is starting to resume and Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways is announcing more and more flight destinations.

The airline has set a target or resuming a ‘meaningful’ flight schedule by the middle of July.

Adding another destination to the flight schedule, Etihad Airways is set to resume flights to the Greek capital Athens from June 24.

The twice-weekly flights will connect the UAE and Greece and link the Greek caital to destinations in Asia and Australia through Abu Dhabi.

Etihad recently announced a total of 20 transfer links through Abu Dhabi connecting cities across the world.

The airline has also launched Wellness Ambassadors to help passengers through Abu Dhabi Airport and prepare for their flight.

Additionally, Etihad has also launched travel vouchers with 50 percent extra credit and those shopping in Aldar shopping malls can now earn air miles to spend on trips abroad.

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