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Etihad Airways to Increase Jeddah Flights

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Etihad Airways is to expand its flying programme to Jeddah from 1 February 2011, increasing from a daily service to 12 services per week.

The airline will operate a two-class Airbus A320 aircraft between the two cities, with the capacity to carry 16 passengers in Pearl Business class and 120 guests in Coral Economy class.

James Hogan, Etihad Airways Chief Executive Officer, said, Saudi Arabia is a cornerstone market for Etihad and Jeddah has always been an important strategic destination for the airline. Our new flights will further cater for the Saudi Arabian population living in Abu Dhabi and across the UAE, as well as the growing numbers of business and religious travellers looking to fly to the city. The demand for the Umra flights has always been very strong and we expect this to continue grow in future.

Etihad Airways commenced operations to Jeddah in May 2006, with three frequencies per week, increasing to daily from April 2007 and now to 12 flights per week from February 2011.The airline also offers a non-stop, eight-flights-per-week service to the Saudi capital Riyadh, and 13 flights-per-week to Dammam.

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