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Etihad Airways will launch seasonal flights to Mykonos, Santorini and Malaga
Etihad Airways, the national airline in the United Arab Emirates, will launch seasonal flights to the most popular islands in Greece - Mykonos and Santorini, and to the famous city of Malaga, in Andalusia, in southern Spain.
With a travel corridor established between the UAE and Greece, fully vaccinated people now have more opportunities to enjoy quarantine-free travel. Travelers can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine in Mykonos or admire Santorini’s unique architecture. Just over four hours away from Abu Dhabi, Etihad's new flights to the Greek islands complete the airline's existing service to Athens.
Etihad Airways will launch seasonal flights to Mykonos, Santorini and Malaga, starting on July 8.
The flight to Mykonos will be operated between July 8 and September 11, 2021, and the flight to Santorini will be operated between July 9 and September 12, 2021. Both destinations will benefit from a direct service, twice a week, which will be operated by aircraft. type Airbus A320.
While Spain is preparing to reopen borders for vaccinated international travelers starting June 7, 2021, Etihad will launch new flights to Malaga. The flight will be operated twice a week, between July 9 and September 15, 2021. Flights to Malaga will be operated with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, which offer more space. The new service will offer more possibilities to travelers between the UAE and Spain, Etihad now serving three destinations between the two countries - Barcelona, Madrid and Malaga.
As travel restrictions are relaxed and safe travel corridors are created, Etihad continues to expand its operational network by adding new services and increasing frequencies on key routes. Today's announcement about the new routes to the Greek Islands and Malaga follows the recent resumption of services to Athens, Casablanca, Nairobi, Phuket, Rabat and the Seychelles.