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Etihad Airways Extends Free Abu Dhabi Stopover Offer

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, is extending its free Abu Dhabi stopover campaign to the end of the year due to the popularity of the offer in its opening month.

Travellers flying through the capital of the UAE with the airline are invited to enjoy a free two-night hotel stay to break up their journey and explore the city’s attractions.

Etihad Airways is offering two free nights of hotel accommodation in Abu Dhabi for all guests booking flights to and from all Etihad destinations via Abu Dhabi.

Guests can choose from a range of hotels located across the city including the five-star Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, Intercontinental Abu Dhabi and Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi, as well as the Pearl Rotana, Courtyard by Marriott WTC, Crowne Plaza and Radisson Blu.

The free Abu Dhabi stopover promotion is available for bookings online through etihad.com or via a travel agent made by  December 1 for travel until December 31.

Robin Kamark, chief commercial officer Etihad Aviation Group, said: “We are extremely pleased that our Abu Dhabi stopover has appealed to so many of our guests and exceeded our expectations in the first month since it launched. This incredible promotion allows us to showcase our extraordinary home to more visitors worldwide. Guests can explore the emirate’s many highlights as well as relax and rejuvenate as they break up their journey.”

The post Etihad Airways Extends Free Abu Dhabi Stopover Offer appeared first on Gulf Insider.

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