Abu Dhabi's Etihad airways announces more outbound passenger flights

The UAE's national airline will now fly to Amsterdam and Melbourne

Abu Dhabi's Etihad airways announces more outbound passenger flights

Etihad Airways has announced more special outbound flights from Abu Dhabi.

People will now be able to travel to Amsterdam in The Netherlands and Melbourne in Australia as well as the previously announced flights to Seoul, Singapore, Manila and Jakarta. 

The journeys allow passengers stranded in the UAE due to the COVID-19 restrictions to return home.

They also support the UAE Food Security Program by using the cargo space for fresh produce on the return leg. 

You can book the flights by visiting etihad.com, the airline's mobile app, by calling 600 555 666 or through travel agencies.

The full details of flights are below:

Amsterdam 2.25pm Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, April 11-20

Melbourne 6pm Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri April 8-21

Seoul ICN 7.30am Wed, Fri, Sun April 8-19

Singapore 10.20pm Tue, Sat April 7-21

Manila 2.50am Wed, Fri, Sat April 8-18

Jakarta 2.50pm Thu April 9-16

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