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Etihad increases number of Australian destinations

March 13- Etihad Airways has increased the number of Australian destinations by expanding its codeshare agreement with Qantas. As per the agreement, the two-letter ‘EY’ code is now placed on flights from Sydney to Ayers Rock (Uluru), Alice Springs, Canberra, Hobart and Melbourne and flights from Brisbane to Cairns.


The new routes include flights between Sydney and Brisbane, Sydney and Cairns, Sydney and Adelaide, and Melbourne and Adelaide, as well as Sydney to Auckland in New Zealand and will be available from March 2011.

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