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Etihad Airways began flights between Abu Dhabi and Baku

The capitals of the United Arab Emirates and Azerbaijan were not linked by any operator. The airline Etihad Airways started on March 2 a new route, between the cities of Abu Dhabi and Baku. Currently no other operator operates the route, so the service has been received with great enthusiasm. Since 2015, when UAE approved a visa waiver for citizens of Azerbaijan, the interest of travelers in the country increased, resulting in a large number of visitors. The route between Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) and Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport…

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Turbulence leaves injured in Etihad flight

The plane was traveling from the United Arab Emirates to Australia, some passengers and crew received minor injuries. A Boeing 787-900 aircraft and license plate A6-BLG, belonging to Etihad Airways, suffered strong turbulence while operating flight EY-484 between the cities of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, and Brisbane, Australia, on 30 January. When the plane was flying over Australian territory, about the town of Millmerran, 200 kilometers west of Brisbane, it passed through an area of strong turbulence and some passengers and crew suffered minor injuries to the head and…

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Etihad will expand its frequencies to Nigeria

The airline based in the United Arab Emirates will increase its flights in May. Etihad Airways reported the expansion of its services between the United Arab Emirates and Nigeria starting next May. The airline currently links Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) with Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS) using Airbus A330 aircraft, equipped with 22 seats in Business Class and 240 in Economy Class. The expansion of the Etihad Airways route consists of two additional flights, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, which will start operating from May 1. In this way, the…

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Emirates and Etihad ensured that their flights will not be affected

Emirates, Etihad, Egypt Air, Saudi Arabian Airlines and other Gulf carriers have announced they will no longer fly in and out of Qatar after Saudi Arabia and 6 other Arab states like United Arabian Emirates and Bahrain cut air, sea and land links to the increasingly isolated nation. The conflict affected the Doha’s air traffic and other important cities of the Gulf like Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Although people of Emirates said that there would be “no impacts” to the airline’s other routes, such as those that connect Australia with Europe and…

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