Premium Airline Partner Etihad Airways

Abu Dhabi route network and hub

glass_strecken.jpgEtihad Airways and airberlin entered into a strategic partnership at the end of 2011. This collaboration means a range of new services and fast, comfortable connections for airberlin customers. 


The combined route network of Etihad Airways and airberlin covers 227 destinations in 83 countries. The new connection to Abu Dhabi is proving to be a great advantage: there are a total of 42 connections available every week, provided by direct daily flights from Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich. The new hub in Abu Dhabi has opened up a highly sought-after gateway to the Arabian Peninsula, Asia and Australia for airberlin customers.


Travel with airberlin and Etihad Airways to destinations such as:

seychellen.jpgAfrica:
Seychelles

Offers:
Seychelles             return 639 € *   
dubai.jpgArabian Peninsula:
Abu Dhabi and Dubai (United Arab Emirates), Muscat (Oman), Bahrain, Kuwait

Offers:
Abu Dhabi & Dubai             return 399 €*
Muscat, Bahrain & Doha       return 519 €*          
kuala_lumpur.jpgAsia:
Bangkok and Phuket (Thailand), Jakarta (Indonesia), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Male (Maldives), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Lahore (Pakistan), Shanghai (China)

Offers:
Phuket                   return 639 €*
Bangkok                 return 569 €* Shanghai                    return 579 €*          Colombo                     return 629 €*
Kuala Lumpur             return 679 €*
sydney.jpgAustralia:
Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Offers:
Sydney, Brisbane &
Melbourne                  return 979 €*
                  
 

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Plus: a transfer service from Abu Dhabi to Dubai (a journey of one hour)

It is easy to reach the neighbouring emirate of Dubai – which is just one hour away from Abu Dhabi by road – with the Emirates Airways Shuttle Service travelling in luxuriously equipped coaches. More information »