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Etihad To Fly Stranded Thailand Passengers

Abu Dhabi based Etihad is flying special relief flights from Thailand to Abu Dhabi to carry stranded passengers, the first of which was due to arrive on November 29 . Etihad's Boeing 777 flight with a capacity of 378 passengers will be taking off from U-Tapao International Airport, about 150km east of Bangkok.

Source: www.ameinfo.com

 

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