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Experience Etihad Airways with a 3-D Tour

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Thursday, 2 July 2009

Etihad Airways has launched an advanced new online micro-site which showcases its in-flight and ground experience.

Experience Etihad, a fully interactive 3-D tour available at etihadairways.com, offers visitors to the site a unique insight into the airlines services across all three aircraft cabins, as well as the luxurious airport lounges and limo and coach services.

Among the highlights is a detailed demonstration of Etihads recently launched first class suite which will include facilities such as a 23-inch television screen; personal wardrobe; an extra-large seat that extends to a fully-flat, 80.5 inch, bed; and screen doors which slide shut for total privacy.

The micro-site also features video interviews with Etihad Airways onboard food and beverage managers, an award-winning service that delivers a five star hospitality experience.

Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways chief commercial officer, said, The Experience Etihad micro-site is one of the most comprehensive and detailed online facilities in the industry and offers customers a unique insight into our world-class product and services. It will enable us to demonstrate, using the most advanced digital technology, exactly how Etihad has risen so quickly to become one of the worlds leading airlines.

The site is currently available for use in three language options: English, French and German, with Arabic to follow soon.

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