Sunday 21 July 2019 (UAE)

Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi flights

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Etihad Airways is an Abu Dhabi based airline, established in 2003, and call themselves the national carrier of the UAE. Etihad don't fly out of Dubai but they arrange bus transport from Dubai to Abu Dhabi airport. Etihad airfares are similar to or more expensive than Emirates Airline prices (they were noticeably cheaper when first launched in 2003). Many Dubai residents living in "New Dubai" (the area towards Jebel Ali) consider an Etihad flight instead of Emirates to avoid getting snarled up in traffic on the way to Dubai airport (DXB). The IATA code for Abu Dhabi Airport is AUH, not ABD although ABD is commonly used as an abbreviation for the city of Abu Dhabi. Etihad also fly from Al Ain (AAN) with a stop in Abu Dhabi. Etihad don't have passengers, they have "Guests", and instead of Economy, Business, and First Class, Etihad has the Coral (economy), Pearl (business), and Diamond (first) Zones. Confused? We are.

Airline safety awards 2013 (announced 08 Jan 2014)
Etihad Airways flight destinations include:
  • Addis Ababa (Nov 2012)
  • Ahmedabad (Nov 2012)
  • Alexandria (Jul 2010)
  • Almaty (02 Dec 2008)
  • Amman
  • Amritsar (planned)
  • Amsterdam (15 May 2013)
  • Astana (07 May 2009)
  • Athens (02 Jun 2009)
  • Baghdad (26 Apr 2010)
  • Bahrain - see Manama
  • Bangalore (01 Jan 2011)
  • Bangkok (05 April 2004)
  • Basra (15 Apr 2012)
  • Beijing (March 2008)
  • Beirut
  • Belgrade (15 Jun 2013)
  • Berlin (under consideration)
  • Bombay (now Mumbai)
  • Brisbane BNE (28 Sep 2007)
  • Brussels
  • Cairo
  • Capetown (30 Sep 2009)
  • Casablanca CMN
  • Cebu (CEB, possibly)
  • Chengdu (2011?)
  • Chennai / Madras (2008)
  • Chicago ORD (02 Sep 2009)
  • Chubu (possibly)
  • Clark (Diosdado Macapagal International Airport DMIA CRK, possibly)
  • Colombo (Apr 1986) (discontinued from 09 Sep 2007, SriLankan Airlines codeshare from 15 Sep 2007, resume Jan 2010)²
  • Dallas Fort Worth (03 Dec 2014)
  • Damascus (suspended 30 Aug 2012)3
  • Dammam, KSA
  • Delhi (now New Delhi)
  • Dhaka
  • Doha, Qatar
  • Dublin DUB (02 Jul 2007)
  • Düsseldorf (16 Dec 2011)
  • Erbil (01 Jun 2010)
  • Fort Worth Dallas (03 Dec 2014)
  • Frankfurt FRA
  • Geneva
  • Ho Chi Minh City SGN (01 Oct 2013)
  • Hyderabad (Nov 2009)
  • Islamabad
  • Istanbul (01 Jun 2009)
  • Jaipur (01 Apr 2014)
  • Jakarta
  • Jeddah, KSA
  • Johannesburg
  • Kano (possibly)
  • Kansai (possibly)
  • Karachi
  • Kathmandu (28 Oct 2007)
  • Khartoum
  • Kochi (Jun 2007)
  • Kolkata / Calcutta (planned)
  • Kozhikode / Calicut (2008)
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Kuwait City
  • Lagos (01 Jul 2012)
  • Lahore
  • Lanarca (01 Jun 2009)
  • London Gatwick
  • London Heathrow (28 March 2004)
  • Los Angeles (01 Jun 2014)
  • Lyon (maybe)
  • Mahe, Seychelles (06 Nov 2011)
  • Male, Maldives (01 Nov 2011)
  • Manama, Bahrain
  • Manchester MAN
  • Manila
  • Medina (01 Feb 2014)
  • Melbourne (29 Mar 2009)
  • Milan Malpensa MXP (02 Sep 2007)
  • Minsk MSQ (05 Aug 2008)
  • Moscow (01 Dec 2008)
  • Mumbai
  • Munich (Jun 2004)
  • Muscat, Oman
  • Nagoya (01 Feb 2010, via Beijing)
  • Nairobi (01 Apr 2012)
  • New Delhi
  • New York JFK (Oct 2006)
  • Paris CDG
  • Perth (15 Jul 2014)
  • Peshawar (suspended)¹
  • Riyadh, KSA
  • Rome (15 Jul 2014)
  • San Francisco (18 Nov 2014)
  • Sana'a, Yemen (02 Sep 2013)
  • Sao Paulo GRU (01 Jun 2013)
  • Seoul (12 10 Dec 2010)
  • Seychelles (2011?)
  • Shanghai (in 2008? 01 Mar 2012)
  • Singapore (28 Sep 2007)
  • Sydney (27 Mar 2007)
  • Tehran (by end 2006)
  • Thiruvananthapuram (Jun 2007)
  • Tokyo (27 Mar 2010)
  • Toronto (Oct 2005)
  • Tripoli (17 Jan 2012), suspended 31 Oct 20134
  • Washington DC (31 Mar 2013)
  • Yerevan (02 Jul 2014)
  • Zurich (01 Jun 2014)
  1. Peshawar flights re-routed to Islamabad mid August 2009 due to security issues in Pakistan (rocket attacks at Peshawar Airport).
  2. Etihad Abu Dhabi-Colombo flights will resume in January 2010 (press release 18 January 2009), starting with 4 flights per week. EY266 AUH-CMB 2155-0345 on Mon Wed Fri Sun, EY267 CMB-AUH 0445-0800 on Mon Tue Thu Sat. Codeshare (UL) with Sri Lankan Airlines.
  3. Damscus flights suspended 30 Aug 2012 "due to the deteriorating security position in Syria" (press release)
  4. Tripoli flights suspended 31 Oct 2013 indefinitely due to security and safety issues at Tripoli Airport (press release).
Etihad business class, first class, premium airport lounges
Etihad flight destinations and routes by country (not complete)
Etihad new routes speculation, rumour, or launch date unknown
Etihad new destinations and routes launched in 2014
Route and frequency updates 2014

Jet Airways India and Etihad route updates announced 10 Dec 2013:

Etihad new flights and routes launched in 2013
  1. Amsterdam, The Netherlands - daily flights starting 15 May 2013, announced 15 January 2013. Flights EY77 and EY78 using an Airbus A330-200 with with 22 seats in Pearl Business class and 240 in Coral Economy class. Codeshare with KLM.
  2. Belgrade (BEG), Serbia - daily flights using an Airbus A319 aircraft with business and economy class (no first class), start date 15 Jun 2013. Flight EY071 departs AUH 0835, arrives Belgrade Nikola Tesla International Airport (airport code BEG) 1215. Return flight EY072 departs BEG 1300, arrives AUH 2020. Codeshare with JatAirways. Announced 15 April 2013.
  3. Ho Chi Minh City (SGN), Vietnam - daily flights starting 01 October 2013, using an A330-200 aircraft with two classes - 22 Business Class seats and 240 Economy Class seats (WAM 20 Jul 2012). Schedule not supplied.
  4. *Riga, Latvia - 4x weekly codeshare direct flight to AUH operated by airBaltic (Air Baltic), start date 16 Dec 2013, Airbus A319 aircraft used. Flight schedule not supplied. Announced 09 Oct 2013 (WAM).
  5. Sana'a (Sanaa), Yemen - 4x weekly flights from AUH to Sana'a International Airport (El Rehaba or El Rahaba International Airport) (airport code SAH) with start date 02 Sep 2013 (first flight reported by WAM on 01 Sep 2013), using a two-class Airbus A320 aircraft with 16 business class and 120 economy class seats.
  6. Sao Paulo, Brazil (Guarulhos International Airport, airport code GRU) - starting 01 June 2013, daily direct flights using an Airbus A340-600 aircraft (A340-500 according to WAM 01 Jun 2013) with 12 first class, 32 business class, and 248 economy class seats. Flight EY171 departs AUH 0945, arrives GRU 1755 (15 hrs). Flight EY170 departs GRU 0035, arrives AUH 2020 (14 hrs) (press release 03 June 2012).
  7. Washington D.C., USA - starting 31 March 2013 (subject to regulatory approval), direct daily flights, aircraft used will be an A340-500 with 12 Diamond first class, 28 Pearl business class, and 200 Coral economy class seats. Announced 23 February 2012.
Etihad route and frequency updates in 2013

Jet Airways India and Etihad route updates 10 Dec 2013:

Etihad new flights and routes launched in 2012
Etihad new flights and routes launched in 2011
Etihad new routes and destinations in 2010
Etihad free transit visas for the UAE in 2012
Etihad aircraft configuration
Etihad Airways onboard wifi internet
Etihad codeshare agreements
  1. Aer Arann, Ireland
  2. Aer Lingus, Ireland - Etihad owns 3% of Aer Lingus (as of May 2012). Interline and codeshare agreement announced 30 July 2012 for Aer Lingus flights to destinations in Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal, UK, USA; and Etihad flights to Dublin. Etihad EY code on Aer Lingus flights between Dublin and Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Isle of Man, Jersey, Kerry, Lisbon, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Manchester; between London Heathrow and Dublin, Cork, Shannon; between Manchester and Dublin, Cork, Shannon; between Dublin and Boston, New York JFK; and Aer Lingus EI code on Etihad Airways flights between Abu Dhabi and Dublin.
  3. Air Astana, Kazakhstan - 30th codeshare agreement signed by Etihad. EY code on Air Astana flights from Almaty and Astana to Abu Dhabi. KC code on Etihad flights from Abu Dhabi to Astana and Almaty (26 February 2011 press release).
    Air Berlin - see airberlin
  4. Air France-KLM
  5. Air Malta - from 01 October 2010 Etihad passengers on Air Malta flights between Milan and Malta will have Etihad EY code, and Air Malta passengers on Etihad flights between Milan and Abu Dhabi will have an Air Malta KM code.
  6. Air Maroc (Royal Air Maroc), Morocco. Reciprocal frequent flyer agreement announced 06 May 2012 - Etihad Guest members can earn and redeem Etihad Guest Miles on Royal Air Maroc, and Royal Air Maroc Safar Frequent Flyer members can earn and redeem Safar Flyer Miles on Etihad Airways flights. Codeshare extended to Conakry in Guinea from Casablanca starting 12 Dec 2012. Other destinations in Africa from Casablanca include Agadir, Fez, Oujda, Ouarzazate, Marrakesh, Tangier in Morroco; Nouakchott in Mauritania; Dakar in Senegal; Bamako in Mali; Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso. (WAM 10 Dec 2012).
  7. Air New Zealand, NZ - codeshare agreement approved, taking effect from 18 April 2011, with EY code on domestic flights in New Zealand between Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Wellington; EY code on flights between NZ and Australia; NZ code on flights from Australia to Abu Dhabi; and NZ code on flights from Abu Dhabi to London. Loyalty programs also integrated - Air NZ Airpoints and Etihad Guest.
    Air Serbia - see JAT Airways.
  8. Air Seychelles (airline code HM?) - codeshare agreement announced 26 January 2012 in conjunction with Etihad buying a 40% stake in Air Seychelles (announced 25 January 2012). Update 03 Jun 2013 - codeshare extended with Air Seychelles code on Etihad flights to Australia.
  9. airBaltic - codeshare flights with Etihad between Riga and Abu Dhabi start date 16 Dec 2013, operated by airBaltic. Etihad Airways EY flight code will be on airBaltic flights from AUH to Riga, and between Riga and 19 other cities including: Alesund, Barcelona, Bergen, Billund, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Helsinki, Istanbul, Kiev, Prague, Oslo, Stavanger, Stockholm, Lappeenranta, Tallinn, Turku, Vienna, Vilnius, Warsaw. Air Baltic BT flight code will be on Etihad Airways flights between Abu Dhabi and Amman, Cairo, Bangkok, Jakarta, Muscat, Singapore. WAM report 09 Oct 2013.
  10. airberlin - codeshare on some airberlin and Etihad destinations, also integration of frequent flyer programs (Etihad Guest and topbonus) as a result of Etihad increasing its ownership stake in airberlin to 29.21% (19 December 2011 news reports). Update 15 Apr 2013 - JatAirways (JU) code will be on some airberlin flights as a result of a codeshare agreement announced between JU and EY.
  11. Alitalia - MOU signed to start codeshare flights from April 2010 subject to government approvals (19 December 2009 press release). Al Italia codeshare flights with EY designation from Milan to Rome and Naples, and European flights to Rome including Frankfurt, Geneva, Munich. Etihad flighs with AZ code from Milan to Abu Dhabi, and destinations from Abu Dhabi to Bahrain, Bangkok, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Melbourne, Sydney. Alitalia and Etihad frequent flyer programs also to be linked. Update 21 Sep 2012 - AUH to Rome codeshare operated by Alitalia to start 01 December 2012.
  12. American Airlines (AA), USA - announced 09 July 2009, regulatory approval from the US government announced 19 August 2009. American Airlines will put 'AA' code on Etihad flights from Abu Dhabi (AUH) to Chicago (ORD), Dublin (DUB), Frankfurt (FRA), Manchester (MAN), Milan (MXP), New York (JFK), Paris (CDG). Etihad Airways will put its 'EY' code on some American Airlines trans-Atlantic flights between USA and Europe, and some internal USA flights from New York (JFK) and Chicago (ORD) to other major US cities.
  13. ANA (Japan) - NH code for Etihad flights from Abu Dhabi to Nagoya and Tokyo from end March 2010, EY code for ANA flights from Nagoya to Sapporo and Fukuoka, and between Tokyo and Osaka Itami from end March 2010. ANA Mileage Club and Eihad Guest members can earn miles on airline routes fro both airlines. Announced in press release 04 March 2010.
  14. Asiana Airlines (South Korea) - Codeshare agreement announced 27 October 2010 (press release). Flights between Abu Dhabi and Seoul will operate under EY (Etihad) and OZ (Asiana) codes. Also reciprocal awards for frequent flyer programs. Codeshare agreement to be expanded to Europe, Middle East, Africa and Korea at later dates.
  15. Bangkok Airways, Thailand
  16. British Midland Airways (BMI), UK
  17. Brussels Airlines, Belgium (Oct 2005) - codeshare flights to Barcelona (29 Mar 2009), Birmingham, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Lyon (09 April 2012), Madrid (29 Mar 2009), Marseille, (09 April 2012), Oslo, Stockholm, Toulouse (09 April 2012).
  18. China Eastern Airlines - initially airline code MU on Etihad Airways' flights between Abu Dhabi and Shanghai. Later codeshares with EY code on MU domestic services from its Shanghai hub, and MU code on EY flights from Abu Dhabi. Reciprocal benefits on Etihad Guest and Eastern Miles frequent flyer programs from Q4 2012. Codeshare tickets on sale from 30 August 2012 for travel from 03 September 2012. Announced 28 Aug 2012, 37th codeshare agreement signed with Etihad (press release).
  19. Cyprus Airlines - MOU signed 01 July 2009, codeshare to come into effect September 2009 with CY code on Etihad flights between Dubai and Larnaca.
  20. Czech Airlines - codeshare routes from Abu Dhabi to Prague, and Prague to Amsterdam, Budapest, Helsinki, Kosice, Warsaw.
  21. Darwin Airline? Reported 17 Dec 2013 (WAMi).
  22. Flybe, (flybe.com) UK (from late 2009) - EY (Etihad) codeshare flights from Paris, Frankfurt, Manchester to UK regional airports including Belfast, Birmingham, Southampton. BE (Flybe) codeshare flights from Paris, Frankfurt, Manchester to Abu Dhabi.
  23. Garuda Indonesia airlines (18 Oct 2012 press release) - codeshare agreement signed 18 Oct 2012, to take effect from 28 Oct 2012 (but codeshare tickets on sale from 18 Oct 2012). Phase I will see Etihad Airways EY code on Garuda services between Jakarta and Denpasar (Bali), and Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur; Garuda Indonesia GA code on Etihad flights from Jakarta to 31 differnt destinations in the GCC, Middle East, Africa, Europe, and North America. Further destinations to be added, and reciprocal arrangements for lounge access and shared frequent flyer program benefits.
  24. Hainan Airlines - codeshare agreement signed December 2011.
  25. JAT Airways - Update 15 April 2013 (press release) - JatAirways codeshare announced. JU code on Etihad flights between AUH and Bangkok, Beijing, Belgrade, Brisbane, Chengdu, Chicago, Colombo, Ho Chi Minh City, Islamabad, Johannesburg, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, Lahore, New York, Melbourne, Seychelles, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, Toronto, and Washington DC. EY code on JatAirways flights between Belgrade (BEG) and Amsterdam, Athens, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Düsseldorf, Rome, Frankfurt, Gothenburg, Istanbul, Heathrow, Larnaca, Milan, Moscow, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Thessaloniki, Tivat, Vienna, and Zurich. JU code also on some airberlin flights as part of the codeshare agreement with Etihad. There was previously a JAT codeshare with Etihad but it was suspended (not seen in list of code share agreements in 04 March 2010 press release)? Update 26 Jan 2014: Codeshare deal for Air Serbia on Etihad flights from Abu Dhabi to Chicago, New York, and Washington DC in the USA was blocked by the US Department of Transport (DoT) as a result of petioning by the lobby group Airlines for America, representing US airline operators who were against the codesharing agreement. The airlines seemed to imply they thought travellers were dumb and didn't know that flying through Abu Dhabi Airport to go from the USA to Serbia (or vice-versa) would involve a large detour, so by blocking the codeshare proposal they were acting in the best interests of consumers. That argument also reinforces the perception that Americans have limited knowledge of geography.
  26. Jet Airways, India (from 2008). See Etihad subsidiaries information.
  27. KLM - see Air France-KLM.
  28. Korean Air (South Korea airline) - first signed in Jul 2013 with codeshare flights between Abu Dhabi and Seoul Incheon. Expanded in Oct 2013 with Etihad Airways EY code on Korean Air services from Seoul Incheon to Hong Kong, Honolulu, Vancouver; and Korean Air KE code on EY flights from Abu Dhabi to Johannesburg, Khartoum (subject to government approval), Muscat (WAM 21 Oct 2013). Codeshare agreement gives reciprocal benefits to Etihad Guest and Korean Air SKYPASS frequent flyer program members, including lounge access, priority check-in, excess baggage allowances, earn and spend frequent flyer miles and points on EY and KE flights.
  29. Kuwait Airways, Kuwait.
  30. Malaysian Airlines, Malaysia.
  31. Middle East Airlines (MEA), Lebanon.
  32. Niki Airline - codeshare from Vienna to Frankfurt, Milan, Munich.
  33. nasair (Saudi Arabia) - codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways EY code on nasair flights between Abu Dhabi and Jeddah, Medina (Medinah); and nasair XY code on Etihad Airways flights between Abu Dhabi and Amman, Arbil (Erbil?), Bahrain, Baghdad, Basra, Beirut, Cairo, Colombo, Damascus, Dammam, Dhaka, Islamabad, Istanbul, Jakarta, Jeddah, Karachi, Khartoum, Kuwait, Lahore, Muscat, Peshawar, Riyadh, Tehran, Tripoli. In the future, nasair code also added to Etihad flights to the Americas, Europe, and South East Asia.
  34. Olympic Airlines - from 18 May 2010, Etihad EY code on Olympic Airways flights to Athens, Rhodes and Thessaloniki in Greece, Bucharest in Romania, and Sofia in Bulgaria. OA code on EY flights from Athens to Abu Dhabi, and later on flights to Johannesburg, Cape Town, Sydney, and Melbourne if government approval granted.
  35. Philippine Airlines, Philippines.
  36. RAK Airways - codeshare agreement announced 05 Sep 2012 (press release). Etihad EY code on RAK Airways domestic flights between RAK and Abu Dhabi. RAK Airways code RT initially on Etihad Airways flights from Abu Dhabi to Bangkok, Dublin, Geneva, London Heathrow, Manchester. Update 18 Sep 2012 - destinations in Germany and USA might be added later.
  37. S7 Airlines (Siberia Airlines) - codeshare on S7 flights from Moscow to Kazan (KZN), Krasnodar (KRR), St Petersburg (LED), Samara (KUF) in Russia; codeshare on Etihad flights from Moscow to Abu Dhabi to Bangkok. Further codeshare flights planned for S7 on EY flights from Abu Dhabi to Sydney and Melbourne (WAM 23 Oct 2012).
  38. Safi Airways (Afghanistan) - flights to Kabul, codeshare agreement announced 18 May 2012 (WAM), effective 15 May 2012. Etihad Airways EY code placed on 4x weekly Safi Airways flights between Abu Dhabi and Kabul (flights started February 2012).
  39. Saudi Arabia Airlines, Saudi Arabia (from 2008)
  40. SNCF (French railways)?
  41. Sri Lankan Airlines, Sri Lanka (from 2008)
  42. TAP Portugal
  43. Turkish Airlines, Turkey - codeshare agreement with EY code on Turkish Airline flights between Abu Dhabi and Istanbul, announced 12 July 2009.
  44. Ukraine International Airlines - codeshare from Abu Dhabi to Kyiv (Kiev).
  45. Vietnam Airlines - codeshare from October 2011 on flights through Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur to Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.
  46. Virgin Australia - Virgin Blue alliance signed August 2010 - see section below for more details.
  47. Yemen Airways (Yemenia?), Yemen (from 2008).
Codeshare agreements no longer in operation
Etihad Virgin Blue alliance
Etihad Guests (Etihad air miles) partners

Etihad Guests loyalty program was launched in August 2006. As of January 2010, Etihad Guests has over 650,000 members.

Etihad Airways jobs and careers
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Etihad Airways in numbers
Year Revenue Profit Aircraft Destinations Countries Flights/week Passengers Cargo (tonnes) Pilots Cabin crew Staff Nationalities
2020     150 100+ ... 130     25 million          
                         
2014       102                
2013                        
2012 $5 billion           10 million          
2011 $4.1 billion $14 million 65 83     8.3 million 310,188        
2010 $3.0 billion   55 64   1029 7.1 million 263,313        
2009 $2.3 billion   50+ 55   900 6.3 million 219,000¹ 840 3100 8500  
2008 $2.5 billion   42     750 6 million 185,000 755 2900 7300 121
2007     37     719 4.6 million          
2006           463            
2005               115,000        
2004                        
2003                        
  1. Cargo of 219,000 tonnes carried in 2009 according to Khaleej Times report 08 September 2010. An obvious discrepancy by more than a factor of 10 from the March 2009 press release figure of 3.5m tonnes - The additional aircraft will increase Etihad's seat capacity by 18 per cent and cargo capacity by 12 per cent to 3.5 million tonnes.
Etihad aircraft orders and deliveries (as of September 2010)
Etihad aircraft order announcements and news
Etihad subsidiaries, partnerships, investments
Etihad Crystal Cargo
Etihad Airline awards
Etihad Business Class ... er ... Pearl Zone award 02 April 2009
Etihad Terminal 3 at Abu Dhabi International Airport

The new Terminal 3 (T3) at Abu Dhabi International Airport opened for Etihad flights from 02 February 2009. Destinations and dates from which flights depart out of Terminal 3 are (other Etihad flights will continue to depart out of T1 / Terminal 1):

02 February 2009 02 March 2009 09 March 2009 16 March 2009 23 March 2009
Almaty
Brisbane
Manila
Minsk
Moscow
Singapore
Bangkok
London
Manchester
Paris
Brussels
Dublin
Frankfurt
Geneva
Jakarta
Kuala Lumpur
Milan
Munich
Sydney
Toronto
Bahrain
Dammam
Doha
Jeddah
Kuwait
Muscat
Riyadh
Beijing
Delhi
Johannesburg
Melbourne
Mumbai
Etihad plane crash and other incidents
Etihad Airways Memorandums of Understanding and agreements
Codeshare and partnership news and announcements
Other Etihad news, updates, information
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