UAE’s Etihad Airways expands global network with five new interline partnerships

The agreements improve connectivity for customers of the involved airlines to destinations within each other's networks
UAE’s Etihad Airways expands global network with five new interline partnerships
Guests can now book their entire journey with a single ticket and have their baggage checked through to the final destination.

Etihad Airways has established reciprocal interline partnerships with five additional airline partners, significantly expanding the range of travel options available to its passengers within its growing global network.

The airline has successfully formed partnerships with the following airlines: Kam Air in Afghanistan, SKY express in Greece, Rex Airlines in Australia, Jeju Air in Korea, and Myanmar Airways International.

These interline agreements offer customers of all the involved airlines improved connectivity to various destinations within each other’s networks. As a result, guests can now conveniently book their entire journey using a single ticket and have their baggage seamlessly checked through to their final destination.

These newly established partnerships introduce a wide array of options for Etihad’s passengers. For instance, at Abu Dhabi’s Zayed International Airport, travelers from around the world can now connect to Kam Air flights heading to Kabul and continue their onward journey into Afghanistan.

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Passengers flying on Etihad’s twice daily flights to Athens can conveniently connect with SKY express to reach 28 different destinations in Greece, including its magnificent Mediterranean islands.

Rex Airlines provides travelers with effortless access from Etihad’s gateways in Sydney and Melbourne to 22 destinations within Australia, such as Adelaide, Hobart, Canberra, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast.

With Jeju Air, Etihad’s guests can seamlessly continue their journey from Seoul to 27 destinations across seven countries in Northeast Asia.

Furthermore, the collaboration with Myanmar Airways International will greatly enhance access to Yangon and Mandalay through Etihad’s gateways in South Asia.

In total, Etihad has now formed a portfolio of 123 interline, codeshare, and strategic partnerships with airlines worldwide.

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