Flying to our side of the world has never been an issue—especially with the world’s best airlines operating round the clock, linking the UAE and Oman to various countries across the globe.
Etihad Airways, the national carrier of the UAE, has always been among the top choices for large groups flying into the country—and it’s easy to understand why.
*It has been voted as the worlds’ s leading airline for eight consecutive years at the World Travel Awards, and that is just one of the many titles it has bagged through the years. Etihad’s extensive network allows it to fly its 122 cargo and passenger aircraft to more than 110 international destinations. Taking into account its codeshare partnerships and interline relationships, Etihad Airways’ combined passenger and cargo network spans nearly 600 destinations and over 25,200 flights per week.
What’s more, Etihad has also set up a specialised platform for MICE flyers, which is called MICEconnect.
The MICEconnectprogramme offers a simple travel solution that involves a request-for-proposal process, along with other services and benefits such as:
- Discounted site inspections
- Conference attendee flights
- Travel credits
- A dedicated London- and Abu Dhabi-based group and account management team
Get to know the airline better through the latest news bits straight from their feed:
- Etihad Airways launches 48-hour challenge to promote Abu Dhabi stopovers
We have thrown down the gauntlet to the millions of guests who transit through our Abu Dhabi home, as well as the residents of the UAE, by challenging them to experience a host of ‘once in a lifetime’ activities throughout the emirate in just two days. The ‘48 Hour Challenge’ is part of our wider stopover campaign promoting Abu Dhabi as a ‘holiday within a holiday’ for transit travelers and a ‘staycation’ option for UAE residents wanting a relaxing short-break.
- Final A380 delivered in style
Etihad Airways has taken delivery of its 10th and final Airbus A380 on May 25, 2017. Employees from Etihad Airways and Airbus gathered at the European plane-maker’s Hamburg Finkenwerder plant in Germany, where the aircraft was officially handed over to the UAE national airline before commencing its delivery flight to Abu Dhabi.