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November 30, 2021 – Etihad Airways ticket sale – For 50 hours only, Etihad Airways will be celebrating the UAE’s Golden Julibee with up to 50% off flights, the national airline’s biggest online sale ever.

Etihad Airways ticket sale 50% off flights

Available only on and through travel agents, the sale will run from 10pm, Monday 29 November and will end at midnight, Wednesday 1 December 2021, for travel until 14 June 2022. Guests can also book now, and change their flights later with no additional costs, for total peace of mind.


Travellers flying over the National Day holidays will be treated to traditional Emirati cuisine on board Etihad and in the airline’s Lounges at Abu Dhabi International Airport. Junior guests can enjoy the exclusive dessert designed by the Youngest Emirati Chef, Aysha Al Obeidli, as part of the airline’s 50th anniversary celebrations. Chef Aysha designed the traditional Chabab pancakes inspired by the UAE’s national flag.


Etihad Airways ticket sale

In a special commemoration of the UAE’s anniversary, guests travelling on National Day will also be given a limited edition notebook designed by Emirati artist Maitha Demithan. The notebook features a stunning illustration showing the growth of Abu Dhabi from the desert sands to the thriving city it is today, and looking forward to the future as the country continues to prosper.


In the airline’s 50 hour sale, guests can fly to any of Etihad’s select destinations, such as London, Barcelona, Doha, Rome and Singapore, with fares starting as low as AED 695 in Economy and AED 2,495 in Business.


Travellers wishing to explore the Eternal City, Rome in Etihad’s acclaimed Business suites can take advantage of the sale from as little as AED 9,995, or travel in Economy from AED 1,795. Economy fares to Amman and Colombo start at AED 995.

Etihad Wellness
Flying with Etihad is supported by the Etihad Wellness programme which has been introduced to help limit the spread of COVID-19. Etihad was the first airline in the world to fully vaccinate its crew on board. Etihad also requires 100% of its passengers to show a negative PCR test before boarding to protect the inflight environment, which is now recognised to be one of the best in the world. All passengers travelling with Etihad receive COVID-19 insurance, which is valid for travel until 31 March 2022.


Verified to Fly 
Guests travelling with Etihad can make use of the airline’s innovative service to simplify the process of authenticating travel documents. With Verified to Fly travellers can validate their documents before arriving at the airport, giving them the confidence that they have met all essential government and airline travel requirements before travelling to the airport.


Those wishing to book are advised to visit or the Etihad app to view the latest sale fares, and to remain informed on the appropriate entry regulations at their end destination.  


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