So far, 2016 has been pretty generous when it comes to the cost of flying, with record low international fares to holiday hot spots in the South Pacific, US and even Asia.
But watch as Etihad bumps all those destinations out of the way with its own attractive offer of $999 return fares to Abu Dhabi.
For less than a thousand dollars, you or your clients will not only have a ticket to experience Abu Dhabi’s beaches, culture and desert adventure, but access to 750-plus hours of on-demand inflight entertainment; 23kg checked luggage; and a comfort pack including a blanket and a revolutionary pillow which converts from a standard pillow to a neck support.
That’s cheaper than buying a new 11″ MacBook Air, a top of the line fridge and it’s about half the price of a 4K ultra high definition LED LCD TV.
The offer is available to book from now until 14 August 2016 for travel from Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney to the UAE city on select travel dates between 2 August 2016-23 May 2017.
For those who prefer a little more luxury, Etihad is also offering Business Class services from $4,999 return, which includes fully flat beds with direct aisle access; premium lounge access; and flexible ‘any time’ dining with expert wine pairings by on board Food and Beverage Managers.
Oh, and just in case they need it, there’s also a Flying Nanny onboard who can assist families with her world-famous Norland College training.
Sarah Built, Etihad Airways’ General Manager Australia and New Zealand said there has “never been a better time” to see the city’s diverse attractions and fantastic accommodation.
“Abu Dhabi has something to offer every traveller, with beautiful beaches; world-class restaurants and nightlife; fascinating cultural attractions; and thrilling theme parks.”
Sarah Built, Etihad General Manager Australia & NZ
Surcharges apply for travel onboard the A380 and travel during peak season. Fares include taxes which are correct as of 1 August 2016. Terms and conditions apply.
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