Etihad Holidays launches Kids Fly for Free Promotion

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Etihad Holidays has launched a Kids Fly for Free promotion which offers free holiday packages for children, including flights, accommodation and meals, to ten Etihad Holiday destinations across the globe.

The special promotion is offered as a part of Etihad Holiday packages to Kuala Lumpur, Paris, Munich, Muscat, Larnaca, Istanbul, Athens, Amman, Beirut and Tokyo. When two adults book a holiday package with Etihad Holidays to these destinations, a child under the age of 12 will receive a free airline ticket, free accommodation and free meals for the duration of their trip.

Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways Chief Commercial Officer, said, Etihad Airways is committed to providing the most rewarding experiences for our customers travelling with their families. We are delighted to launch this new promotion that will help families enjoy the best holiday packages money can buy.

Kids Fly for Free is part of a wide range of bonus privileges offered to Etihad Holidays guests which, in addition to free flights and accommodation for children, include: additional complimentary nights; free room upgrades; breakfast; airport transfers; and discounts on a wide selection of services.

The packages are on sale until 31 May 2010, for travel before 10 June 2010.

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