Etihad Airways makes further changes to its route network

Adjusting to the COVID-19 pandemic, further Etihad flight changes have been introduced.

As the impact of COVID-19 continues to impact air travel, Etihad Airways has temporarily adjusted flight routes across its networks. Aligning with government authorities and regulatory aviation directives, the airline is continuing to adapt to the dynamic environment while attempting to minimize disruption. As such, the following services from Abu Dhabi have been temporarily adjusted:

Azerbaijan

Baku (GYD): All flights suspended until 30 April.

Bahrain (BAH)

Flights will be reduced from triple-daily to daily until 31 March. They will then increase to twice daily from 1 April until 30 April.

Egypt

Cairo (CAI): All flights will be suspended from 20 March until 30 April.

Greece

Athens: flights will be reduced from daily to four weekly from 1 April to 30 April. The flights will operate on Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays and Saturdays.

India

Bangalore (BLR): flights will be reduced from twice-daily to daily from 20 March until 30 April.

Chennai (MAA): flights will be reduced from twice-daily to daily from 23 March until 30 April.

Cochin (COK): flights will be reduced from triple-daily to twice-daily from 20 March until 30 April.

Hyderabad (HYD): flights will be reduced from twice-daily to daily from 20 March until 30 April.

Delhi (DEL): flights will be reduced from four-daily to triple-daily from 19 March until 28 March

Mumbai (BOM): flights will be reduced from four-daily to triple-daily from 19 March until 30 April.

Japan

Tokyo (NRT): flights will be educed from daily to four weekly from 1 April to 30 April. Flights will operate on Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays and Sunday.

Jordan

Amman (AMM): all flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Kazakhstan

Nur-Sultan (TSE): flights will be reduced to one per week from 19 March until 31 March.

KSA

Riyadh (RUH): All flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Jeddah (JED): All flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Dammam (DMM): All flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Medina (MED): All flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Kenya

Nairobi (NBO): All flights will be suspended from 19 March until 30 April.

Kuwait (KWI):

All flights will be suspended until 31 March.

Lebanon

Beirut (BEY): All flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Morocco:

Casablanca (CMN): All flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Rabat (RBA): All flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Oman

Muscat (MCT): Flights will be reduced from triple-daily to double-daily until 30 April.

Philippines

Manila (MNL): All flights will be suspended from 18 March until 31 March.

Serbia

Belgrade (BEG): all flights will be suspended from 20 March until 30 April.

Singapore (SIN): Flights will be reduced from daily to four weekly from 1 April to 30 April. Flights will operate on on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays

Spain

Madrid (MAD): All flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Barcelona (BCN): All flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Sudan

Khartoum (KRT): All flights will be suspended from 18 March until 30 April.

Switzerland

Geneva (GVA): All flights will be suspended from 19 March until 30 April.

Thailand

Bangkok (BKK): Reduced from triple-daily to double-daily (suspension of EY406/405) from 1 April to 2 May.

Turkey

Istanbul (IST): All flights will be suspended until 30 April.

Previous Etihad flight changes

All Etihad flight changes that were previously announced remain in place:

China: Shanghai (PVG) – All flights suspended until 28 March.

China: Chengdu (CTU) – All flights suspended until further notice.

Hong Kong (HKG) – All flights suspended until 30 June.

Indonesia: Jakarta (CGK) – Reduced from double-daily to daily (suspension of EY472/471) from 18 March until 30 June.

Italy: Milan (MXP) – All flights suspended until 30 April.

Italy: Rome (FCO) – EY85/86 suspended until 30 April. EY83/84 suspended until 30 June.

Japan: Nagoya (NGO) – All flights suspended until 30 June.

Korea: Seoul (ICN) – Reduced from daily to four weekly (operating on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays) from 30 March to 30 April.

Taking similar steps, Emirates has also announced changes to its flight network. For passengers wanting further information regarding Etihad flight changes, you can visit the airline’s COVID-19 Travel Updates page.

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