Are flights to the UAE open you asked? From July 12 to 26, there will be an extensive number of flights being operated by Emirates, Etihad, Air Arabia, FlyDubai, Air India Express, IndiGo and SpiceJet to take Indians back to the UAE and vice-versa.
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In the latest Jet Airways news, their white knight Etihad is bailing on them and has made it clear that they will be willing to sell their stake in the airline at a 70% discount to the cost they entered the airline.
There have been rumours about a possible merger between Emirates and Etihad for a long time. Today, it seems there was some momentum to that rumour with a breaking news that talks may be underway.
Quick! There are some great fares available on Oman Air and Etihad for travel till March-end next year. Offer only valid till today. Time to knock off Oman from your travel bucket list.
Here are the 8 aviation and travel related Predictions 2018 from our side. If these work out, life will be better for all of us! What are your predictions for the year ahead?
Etihad has just rolled out sweeping changes for their Business & First Class cabins, where they will discontinue the complimentary chauffeur service as of July 3. More changes inside!
We flew into the US with via the Middle East with our laptop under the new electronic ban. Here’s sharing the journey of our laptop all the way from Mumbai to Abu Dhabi to New York.
James Hogan, the Etihad CEO, is stepping down after 10 years at the airline. He was responsible for the Etihad A380 with the Apartments and Residence, and he was also responsible for the Etihad Airways Partners. Will you miss him much?
It seems a new CEO for Etihad may have been found. Christoph Mueller’s name is doing the rounds, but the airline is neither confirming nor denying this for the moment. The ex-head of Air Lingus and Malaysia Airlines is a turnaround specialist, so we hope good things will happen.
Jet Airways has issued an advisory for passengers who are travelling to the USA using their connections with Etihad Airways in Abu Dhabi.
Etihad is going to withdraw their A380 service from India from July 1, 2017. That would make it perhaps one of the quickest turnaround from “India is an important market” to “India, you don’t make us enough money!”