Etihad Airways has announced that on June 24 it will be resuming services from Abu Dhabi to Athens, Greece.
The carrier will offer two flights per week that will be operated by a two-class Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The recommenced flights will connect guests travelling to and from Athens with key destinations in Asia and Australia via Abu Dhabi.
Flight EY91 is scheduled to depart Abu Dhabi at 09:00 and arrive in Athens at 13:05. The return flight, EY90, will take off from Athens at 15:55, arriving back in Abu Dhabi at 21:30.
The resumption of services to Greece’s capital city increases the total number of international flights being flown by Etihad Airways throughout June to 25 destinations. The airline has plans in place to further boost its number of scheduled flights around the world, as international travel restrictions are gradually lifted.
The Abu Dhabi-based airline continues to adhere to UAE and international government, regulatory and health authority directives in order to limit the spread of COVID-19. As well as an extensive sanitisation and an in-depth customer safety programme, Etihad Airways is practicing the highest standards of hygiene at every part of the customer journey. Adding to this, specially trained Wellness Ambassadors have been introduced to provide essential travel health information and care.