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Etihad Airways To Increase Dublin Service

Etihad Airways will increase its number of flights to Dublin to ten per week beginning in March 2010.  This represents a 150 percent increase since the carrier launched service to Dublin in July 2007, with four flights a week.  Etihad increased this to a daily service in March 2008.    James Hogan, Etihad Airway’s CEO said “Dublin has been one of our most successful ever destination launches, with more than 300,000 people flying on these services since launch and an average seat factor of 80 percent.”

Etihad is planning to open a new lounge at Dublin Airport in 2010.  Abu Dhabi based Etihad Airways flies to more than 58 destinations in the Middle East, Europe, North America, Africa, and Asia.
 

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