Coronavirus: Etihad Announces Special Flights to Singapore, Manila, Melbourne, and London

Destinations include Manila, Melbourne, Seoul, Singapore, Tokyo Narita, Zurich, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Chicago, Frankfurt, Jakarta, and London Heathrow.

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The U.A.E. flag carrier has announced its latest round of special flights between Abu Dhabi and 14 destinations around the world. These services will serve as repatriation flights for citizens to return to the country, while carrying cargo such as medical and pharmaceutical supplies, as well as allowing foreign nationals to travel out of the country.

Destinations include Manila, Melbourne, Seoul, Singapore, Tokyo Narita, Zurich, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Chicago, Frankfurt, Jakarta, and London Heathrow.

Travelers who wish to book flights departing Abu Dhabi can do so via the airline’s website, their mobile app, by calling the Etihad Airways Contact Center on 971/600-555-666, or through a local or online travel agency.

U.A.E. nationals looking to return home can contact their local embassy or consulate.

More information here.

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