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Etihad launches ‘Kids Fly Free to Abu Dhabi’ campaign

Etihad airways has announced a new offer that sees kids flying free when adults book flights to Abu Dhabi or Dubai.

Photo: Etihad Airways

Following the worst crisis ever to hit the aviation industry, airlines are trying different methods to try and stimulate travel bookings from offering flexible travel policies to offering COVID-19 insurance free of cost. However, UAE carrier Etihad is taking a different approach.

To try and stimulate bookings from families, Etihad is allowing kids to fly for free with each adult fare booked for a flight before 28th January,2021. Each adult is allowed to bring 2 children aged under 11 free of charge, meaning two adults can bring up to 4 children.

You must travel before 30th September,2021, to be eligible for the promotion. Children traveling free are still liable for taxes and fees relevant to the booking.

With fares starting as low as £299 ($408) per adult from London Heathrow, a family of 2 adults and 4 children could make a considerable saving.

All passengers flying on Etihad are currently required to show a negative COVID-19 test upon departure and when arriving in Abu Dhabi.

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