Etihad Airways launches global air fares sale

The national airline of the UAE has unveiled its September global sale, with discounted fares to destinations around the world

The sale extends across all of Etihad’s cabins
The sale extends across all of Etihad’s cabins

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, on Friday launched its September Global Sale, with discounted fares to destinations around the world.

With the opportunity to travel to more than 50 destinations, travellers can jet off from September 15 until June 30, 2020 for less, with fares from Abu Dhabi to London starting from AED2,313 in Economy, sister publication Arabian Business reported.

Fares to Cairo are on offer from AED1,353, to Barcelona from AED2,531 or Seoul from AED3,193, the airline said in a statement, adding that Rome, Johannesburg and New York are also included in the sale.

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It added that those wanting to head to London in Business can get there for AED11,409 or visit New York for AED16,909.

The sale extends across all of Etihad’s cabins, with return Business fares starting from AED4,279 out of Abu Dhabi to Amman.

Etihad’s sale fares are available until midnight on September 12 at etihad.com.

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