Special Offers

Special hand baggage only low fares on Etihad Airways

Enjoy a lighter way to travel in Economy Class with Etihad's new hand baggage only special far, available for travel between Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Azerbaijan, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt. Book by 29 September 2018 for travel from 4 September 2018 until 31 March 2019.


Abu Dhabi - Beirut Dh 1,003
Abu Dhabi - Bahrain Dh 813
Abu Dhabi - Jeddah Dh 1,173

For more details visit the Etihad website.

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