Etihad Airways continues to strengthen its flight routes from Israel to the East via Abu Dhabi, building on the high demands of 2021 – over 100,000 passengers flew with the UAE flag carrier, and 70% continued to destinations in the Far East, India, and the Maldives.
Starting today (April 26), the airline offers five weekly flights from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi on three types of aircraft: Airbus 320, 787-900 Dreamliner, and the wide-body Boeing 777, all with Economy and Business Class.
Etihad flights depart from Ben Gurion Airport on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 15:15, landing in Abu Dhabi at 19:35.
Passengers choosing to fly with Etihad from Abu Dhabi to other destinations can enjoy a unique connection program that includes up to a two-night complimentary stay in Abu Dhabi in a 3-4-star hotel.
Concurrently with this expansion of operations, Etihad is launching an aggressive sale this week on connections from Ben Gurion Airport to destinations in the East and India for flights between May 10-November 30.
Here are some example prices: Bangkok from $475, Phuket from $522, Colombo from $621, Bangalore from $624, Delhi from $551, the Maldives from $456, and Singapore from $850.
All prices include taxes, hand luggage, a 20-kg suitcase, and flight meals.