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Etihad Airways Online Booking & Flight Specials
Etihad was established by the Royal Decree in July 2003. The airline is completely owned by the government of Abu Dhabi, and its main goals are to operate safely, commercially and profitably.
Considering where Abu Dhabi is situated on the map, it is ideally located to help each of its millions of customers to reach 110 destinations across the globe, with a fleet that has reached 120, super-modern aircraft.
The main goal for Etihad is to be regarded as the best airline in the world and be inspired by Emirati values, it aims to compete with the best in the business with regards to warmth, hospitality, and general pleasure when flying with them.
Etihad will not be held responsible for any missed flights or refunds if the passenger does not arrive with the correct documentation, identification, passport or VISA. it is the passengers’ responsibility to ensure these documents are correct before arriving at the airport.
Etihad does not fly domestically within the UAE, but when travelling internationally, it is essential that travellers arrive with a valid passport, a valid boarding pass, and an applicable VISA if travelling in or out of a country that requires you to have one.
With regards to checking in, you are able to check in at the airport at one of the airlines’ desks or kiosks. Please ensure you check-in at least 2 hours before your international flight is due to depart.
You are also able to check-in online, you are able to check-in 24 hours before your flight is due to depart. You are also able to book a specific seat, specify meal requirements if travelling abroad, as well as skip any check-in lines on the day you are due to fly.
Etihad Airways has luxury lounges across the globe, if you are a First, Business or Gold Member class traveler, you will have access to these lounges before your flight or while you wait for a connecting flight.
Etihad Airways does not fly domestically within the UAE
Considering the huge size of the fleet, Etihad travels to destinations across the globe. The Americas, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Australasia are all serviced by the airline.
Checked baggage allowances vary from country to country. You will need to contact the Etihad Airways customer service desk at the airport you are departing from to find out the maximum checked-in baggage you are allowed to bring.
If you are traveling in Economy class, you are allowed one carry-on bag, weighing no more than 7 kgs that has the correct dimensions to fit into an overhead container, as well as one laptop/handbag.
If you are traveling in Business or First Class, you are allowed to carry-on pieces of luggage, weighing no more than 12 kgs combined, as well as one laptop/handbag.
Excess baggage fees vary from country to country, therefore you will need to get into contact with the Etihad help desk at the airport you are leaving from far in advance of departure as to avoid these fees.
If you need to contact an Etihad Airways helpline, visit their website for the contact number for your country.
You can also get into contact with them via their Facebook page and Twitter page.