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Etihad Airways To Launch Travel Services Company

Etihad Airways will expand its services to business and leisure travelers with the launch of Hala Abu Dhabi, its new travel services company.  Etihad said in a statement that Hala Abu Dhabi, which will be based in Abu Dubai, will offer travel products, services, and activities in all seven Emirates of the UAE.  Etihad Airways chief commercial officer, Peter Baumgartner, said “Through Hala Abu Dhabi, we will offer a range of unique ground services and travel solutions to visitors to the UAE, further supporting Abu Dhabi’s goal of becoming one of the world’s most attractive business and leisure destinations.”

Hala Abu Dhabi will offer tours and desert safaris, event management, bespoke experience packages and VIP services, a complete range of accommodation, and business conference and meeting venue options.
 

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