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Etihad Airways Will Fly Thirteen Times Per Week To Frankfurt

Etihad Airways will increase its flights from Abu Dhabi to Frankfurt from ten times a week to thirteen times a week beginning on December 12th.    The national airline of the UAE will increase to double daily flights beginning on March 28, 2010.   Etihad launched its flight service to Frankfurt in June 2005 and it has been among the most popular of its European services.  Etihad Airways chief executive James Hogan said “Frankfurt has been one of Etihad Airways most successful destinations because it retains strong volumes of business and leisure passengers throughout the year.”

The new flight schedule allows passengers departing from Frankfurt to choose from over 80 connecting flights out of Abu Dhabi, with transit times under four hours.   Connection destinations include Sydney, Melbourne, Bangkok, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Katmandu, and Beijing.
 

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