Etihad Launches Free Chauffeur Car Service to Select Economy Class Passengers

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 19 September 2011

Etihad Airways is now providing a complimentary chauffeured car service to friends or family travelling together in Coral Economy from the UAE until the end of November.

The service, which will deposit guests at Abu Dhabi airport and collect them upon return, is available to people living in Al Ain, Dubai and Sharjah who collectively spend over AED 8,000 on tickets to or from London, Manchester, Melbourne, Toronto, Sydney, Milan, Casablanca, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Tokyo, Seoul, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, Geneva or Brussels.

Each chauffeur driven car can take a maximum of four passengers and will pick up from, or drop off to, one point only. Only one chauffer driven car is provided per AED 8,000 spent on tickets.

Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways Chief Commercial Officer, said, We are always looking for new ways to reward the loyalty of our guests in our home market, the UAE. We have recently seen increased demand out of Dubai, Sharjah and Al Ain, and we feel that by extending our chauffeur service to Coral Economy guests in these places, we will be able to ensure they enjoy award-winning Etihad hospitality from the moment they leave their front door. What finer way can there be to arrive at the airport for the start of a holiday or a business trip than in a chauffered limousine?

Etihad serves 72 cities in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and North America, with a fleet of 61 Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

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