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Free Stopover for Two Nights in Abu Dhabi 2019 With Etihad Airways

You can enjoy a free stopover of two nights in Abu Dhabi at 15 select hotel properties when you travel between Sunday, April 21, 2019 and Monday, July 15, 2019, excluding Islamic public holidays — such as Eid holidays from Tuesday, June 4, 2019 to Sunday, June 9, 2019…

…but you must…

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Free Stopover of Two Nights in Abu Dhabi For Etihad Airways 15th Birthday Sale

To celebrate the first flight operated by Etihad Airways — which was a ceremonial flight to Al Ain exactly 15 years ago today on Wednesday, November 5, 2003 — the airline is offering a sale in commemoration of its 15th birthday…

…and you can enjoy a free stopover of two nights in Abu Dhabi at select hotel properties when you travel between…

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Etihad Airways to Charge Extra For Most Seat Assignments

Enhance your Economy Class journey is the title of an e-mail message which I received earlier today from Etihad Airways; and although I almost ignored it primarily due to the typical misuse of the word enhance, I opened it anyway and was rather stunned to read its content.

The first paragraph of the e-mail message is as follows…

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Show Your Etihad Boarding Pass For Discounts in Abu Dhabi

If you flew as a passenger on an airplane operated by Etihad Airways and you are visiting Abu Dhabi, you can simply show your boarding pass to discounts at dozens of places — such as hotels, restaurants, shops and attractions — as your ticket to potential savings.

Your valid boarding pass or e-boarding pass automatically becomes the Extraordinary Abu Dhabi Pass, which grants to you…

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If You Can’t Beat ’Em, Disjoin From Them: American Airlines Ends Codeshare Relationships With Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways

American Airlines is ending its codeshare relationships with Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways effective as of Thursday, March 1, 2018, according to multiple media sources; and the main reason is because of the ongoing Open Skies debate in which representatives of airlines based in the United States accuse the three airlines of the Persian Gulf — Qatar Airways, Emirates Airline and Etihad Airways — of…

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Electronics Ban No Longer Applies to These Five Airlines — But…

The “aviation security enhancements” — which is known more popularly and appropriately as an electronics ban — became effective on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 with which all personal electronic devices larger than a mobile telephone were required to be placed and secured in checked baggage at ten airports from which flights depart for the United States, as they were no longer permitted in carry-on luggage or other accessible property in any passenger cabin aboard airplanes on the affected flights.

As first mentioned in this article pertaining to Royal Jordanian Airlines — from which the news of the electronics ban was first leaked…

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