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Etihad Airways launches Multiflyer Promotion

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Etihad Airways has launched Etihad Multiflyer, an offer that has been designed specifically for frequent travellers to the GCC, Middle East and North Africa.

The new deal, which incentivises customers to book multiple trips with the airline, offers a number of benefits, including:

- savings of up to 40% on fares in Coral Economy class or Pearl Business class;
- complimentary upgrades to Diamond First class or Pearl Business class;
- direct entry to Gold or Silver status on the airlines award-winning loyalty program Etihad Guest, offering a world of immediate rewards; and
- full flexibility in changing destinations and travel dates at any time prior to flight.

The Etihad Multiflyer campaign is now on sale for residents living in the UAE, Muscat, Bahrain, Dammam, Riyadh, Kuwait, Beirut, Amman and Damascus and is valid for sale until 31 December for all travel to be completed by 31 May 2011.

Etihad is always looking for ways to offer our customers a range of innovative offers and valuable travel benefits throughout the year - and we are particularly focused on rewarding our frequent travellers, said Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways Chief Commercial Officer. This campaign will stimulate demand amongst business travellers as well as GCC citizens and expatriates visiting their family and friends, while also offering our guests the opportunity to experience Etihads premium cabins and higher tier benefits of our loyalty program, Etihad Guest.

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