Yesterday I wrote about a number of very good Business Class fares that Etihad is currently offering out of Toronto (roundtrip fares start at under $1,800) and now it seems that the good deals have extended into Europe.
Etihad has just launched an aggressive Business Class sale for departures from Toronto in which it's offering roundtrip fares from just CA$2,353 or ~US$1,745. There isn't exactly a broad set of destinations to which Etihad is offering these great deals but if you're looking to visit The UAE, India or Pakistan this is a sale you should probably be checking out.
Back in April Etihad unveiled a promotion in which it was offering flyers in all cabins a two-night complimentary stopover in Abu Dhabi for travel through to 15 July 2019. Now, thanks to the popularity of the promotion, Etihad has extended this deal to include travel through to the end of 2019.
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Etihad has launched a promotion in which it is offering up to 15% off Economy Class and Business Class bookings made by 15 April 2019 and, although the travel dates may be considered restrictive, this could add up to a very nice saving for anyone looking to fly with Etihad before the summer is out.
Etihad introduced the concept of allowing flyers to bid for a one cabin upgrade back in 2012 but, up until now, the only form of payment Etihad recognised for upgrades was cash. This has now changed.
Etihad has announced that it will be putting through a number of aircraft changes on its Frankfurt and Rome routes this summer and, depending on the cabin you like to book, this news could be positive or negative.
Etihad is offering US-based customers a $25 discount per person on all its flights to the UAE, India and Pakistan. Clearly this isn't a major saving but it's a saving nonetheless and, as it's valid for all cabins and valid per person (not per booking), it should be useful to quite a few people.
Etihad is currently offering a 20% bonus on the sale of its miles and this could signal a good opportunity to buy miles cheaply with a view to using them on American Airlines for great value saver awards....if you can find availability.
Unlike Emirates (an airline which has more A380 aircraft than most other airlines put together) Etihad has just 10 Airbus A380s and right now those aircraft serve just 5 of Etihad's worldwide destinations. From July the airline is adding a 6th - Seoul.