COVID-19: Etihad Provides Updated Information on Flight Operations
Etihad Airways has provided updated information on its current and planned operations as COVID-19 travel restrictions remain in place around the world.
The airline plans to operate a reduced network of scheduled passenger services from 1 May to 30 June, with the plan to gradually return to a fuller schedule when travel bans are lifted.
Currently, Etihad is operating 22 Boeing 787 and 777-300ER passenger aircraft, with five more ready for service, to complement its operational fleet of five 777-200F freighters.
Since 25 March, approximately 500 special passenger, freighter and cargo flights have been operated. To date, the airline has also repatriated almost 600 UAE nationals on return services.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Etihad has revised the launch date of its inaugural service to Vienna from 22 May to 1 July.
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