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Etihad latest to enter fare battle to Europe

October 25, 2018 Headline News No Comments Email Email

The fare battle to Europe – involving Chinese airlines, Gulf and European carriers – continues, with Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, announcing a special offer for passengers flying from Australia to Europe via its Abu Dhabi hub.

It’s a couple of weeks since Cathay Pacific launched a promotion on fares from all Australian ports to London from AUD 1066 return.

Etihad will offer all-inclusive fares from Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane to cities across the European continent until 6 November 2018.

The promotion will run until 27 October 2018 and applies for travel between 15 January until 31 August 2019. Fares from Sydney, announced yesterday, are:

From Sydney to Economy Class All-IN RETURN FARES from (AUD) From Sydney to Business Class All-IN RETURN FARES from (AUD)
Athens 1,234 London 7,110
Paris 1,236 Manchester 7,701
Barcelona 1,265 Dublin 7,742
London 1,306 Barcelona 7,758
Manchester 1,322 Amsterdam 7,862
Dublin 1,462 Paris 7,878
Amsterdam 1,552 Rome 7,895
Rome 1,632 Athens 8,078
Fares to other destinations are also available.

 Terms and conditions apply. The airline notes that while the fares include taxes and fuel surcharge correct as at date of print, they are subject to changes due to currency fluctuation. Service fee applies and weekend surcharges and travel blackout period may apply.

Cathay Pacific recently launched a range of fares to London starting at AUD 1066 return and boasted that no blackout periods applied. For details of that one, see: No blackouts on new Cathay fares to London

Edited by Peter Needham

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