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    Etihad to resume flights to Rabat, Phuket; announces sale

    03 Jun 2021

    On the back of quarantine free travel to Morocco, and back into the emirate of Abu Dhabi, Etihad Airways has announced plans to restarting services to Rabat on June 23.

    As Phuket prepares to reopen to international vaccinated travellers, Etihad is recommencing services to the popular holiday destination on July 1.

    Fares from Abu Dhabi to Rabat and Phuket start from just AED995 return in Economy. This fare is limited on a first come first served basis. The sale starts today (June 2) and ends on (June 4), the airline said. Guests who book between June 5 and 9 will enjoy return fares to Rabat starting from AED1,995 in Economy and Business fares from AED9,495. Travellers can jet off to Phuket in Business from AED6,995. Sale fares are valid for travel until November 20, it said.

    The Rabat service will operate with an initial twice weekly flight and Phuket will be three times a week, using a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, offering Economy Space and Neighbour-free seating options.

    To simplify the travel experience and provide additional peace of mind, Etihad recently launched Verified to Fly, allowing guests to validate their Covid-19 travel documents before arriving at the airport. Travellers who use Verified to Fly can enjoy fast track check-in at the airport by going to the dedicated Verified to Fly desk for a quicker and smoother experience. To use the Verified to Fly service, guests can sign-up by visiting Manage my Booking and will receive further information on how to submit their documents.

    For more convenient travel options, guests can also check in for their Etihad flight from the comfort of their own home by visiting etihad.com/homecheckin up to seven hours before their flight. This means passengers can check in their bags, choose their seat and collect their boarding pass and luggage tags from their home in Abu Dhabi. Once at Abu Dhabi International Airport, all non-transit passengers who have used the home check-in service can skip the queues bag-free, making the airport journey seamless. Luggage will need to be collected at the destination baggage belt, the airline said.

    Flying to, from, and via Abu Dhabi is supported by the airline’s fully redesigned sanitisation and safety programme, Etihad Wellness, which ensures the highest standards of hygiene are maintained at every stage of the customer journey.

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