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Etihad Airways slashes Fares for Ramadan

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Etihad Airways has slashed many of its air fares by up to 50% for travel during the Holy Month of Ramadan and the autumn period.

The special promotion, which runs from 1 September to 10 November, sees prices to popular destinations like London reduced by 52% to Dhs1900.

Return economy flights from Abu Dhabi to Bangkok start from Dhs1293, a discount of 37% off the usual price, Kuala Lumpur drops 30% to Dhs1851 and Cairo prices start at Dhs1163, a discount of 23%.

Geert Boven, Etihad’s executive vice president sales and services, said, “The Holy Month of Ramadan is a very special time for people living and working in the UAE and the Middle East and Etihad is proud to unveil these great value fares that will provide customers with the opportunity to visit family and friends who live abroad.”

“In order to open the promotion up to as many people as possible we have extended the sales period though to 10 November, which will especially benefit those who are unable to travel during Ramadan.”

Customers wishing to travel to Africa can take advantage of Etihad’s reduced fares which include Johannesburg from Dhs2130, a 34% discount on the normal fare, and Casablanca from Dhs1851, a discount of 20%.

Within the Middle East region, Etihad customers can book return economy flights to Muscat, Bahrain and Doha from Dhs326 and Amman and Beirut from Dhs558.P

Prices quoted above exclude taxes. The travel and sale period is from 1 September to 10 November 2008. The 1 to 3 October is excluded from the special offer. Outbound travel must be completed by 10 October.

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