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Etihad To Begin Chicago Flights In September

Etihad Airways announced that it will begin flights from the UAE capital to Chicago’s O’Hare Airport starting on 2 September 2009.  The flights will initially be three times a week on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday but will increase to daily flights from 1 October 2009.  The Wednesday, Friday, Sunday flights will depart from Abu Dhabi at 10:20 am and arrive in Chicago at 4:40 pm US time.

Previously Etihad’s sole US destination was New York.  The airline also provides flights to Canada.
 

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