Etihad unveils big Kuwait offer
Kuwait, March 15, 2009
Etihad Airways has launched a new global campaign that caters to the demands of passengers travelling from Kuwait via Abu Dhabi to 19 destinations covering the North American, European, Australian, African and Far East regions.
Etihad’s newly launched frequency flight from Kuwait now extends its global reach across the world, said a statement from the UAE's national airline.
Etihad's strategy is to enhance its extensive route network around the world and position itself as a serious contender for other major carriers operating in this sector, it said.
The company’s new promotion from Kuwait includes popular cities such as Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, London, New York, Casablanca, Johannesburg, Manila, and many more well known destinations.
To take advantage of Etihad’s promotional offer, travellers need to book and buy their tickets before March 25, for travel up to April 30, the statement said.
The launch of Etihad Airways’ new promotion from Kuwait via Abu Dhabi comes in the midst of its expansion strategy, which is set to focus on enhancing competitive routes and rates to gain more market share.
Magdi Labib, Etihad Airways’ Kuwait country manager said: “Our new promotional fares mirror our commitment to further developing Etihad’s operations in Kuwait, in addition to catering to the growing demand from business and leisure travellers for flights to many popular international destinations.”
“We always focus on providing greater convenience and value to our customers and this is a natural extension of that effort. The capabilities of Etihad will enhance our customers' travel experiences and we are delighted to be able to offer this to our valued customers," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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