Etihad Airways to resume flights to Beirut on 27 October


Etihad Airways, owned by the Abu Dhabi government, plans to increase its capacity between the UAE capital and Beirut by replacing Airbus 321s with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners starting October 27.

The company announced in a tweet, through its official account, today "our Boeing 787-9 aircraft will fly to The Lebanese capital, Beirut, starting 27 October. "

This follows the decision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation to allow UAE nationals to travel to Lebanon; this step is expected to increase the demand for travel between the two countries significantly.

Emirates News Agency (WAM) quoted the chief executive of commercial affairs at Etihad Airways Group“Lebanon is a key market for the UAE; capacity has been increased to meet the anticipated demand for passenger and cargo flights,” said Robin Camarque.

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