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Etihad launches 96-hour sale on flights to 11 cities

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United Arab Emirates Aircraft: Airplanes Airline: Etihad Airways
Source: The National

Etihad is launching a 96-hour sale for economy and business-class tickets to 11 destinations.

The bookings can be made from Sunday through Wednesday and are valid for flights from October 1 this year to May 31 next year.

The routes on sale include an economy-class return flight from Abu Dhabi to Mumbai for Dh694, Cairo from Dh1,140, Rome from Dh2,520 and New York from Dh3,180.

Business-class return trips to Mumbai are Dh2,890, Cairo Dh6,830, Rome Dh11,920 and New York Dh13,350.

Other deals in the 96-hour sale include:

Economy:

Muscat – Dh780

Colombo – Dh1,080

Bangkok – Dh1,940

Kuala Lumpur – Dh1,950

London – Dh2,240

Los Angeles – Dh4,330

Sydney – Dh5,450

Business:

Muscat – Dh2,940

Colombo – Dh2,890

Bangkok – Dh6,060

Kuala Lumpur – Dh7,470

London – Dh12,660

Los Angeles – Dh17,960

Sydney – Dh14,590



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