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Bid and win a chance to fly to 30 destinations

From 6th February 2012 until 18th March 2012, Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, is putting 60 flight tickets to 30 incredible destinations up for auction, giving you the chance to:

  • Get 2 return flights at below cost price
  • Travel in comfort and style on Etihad Ariways, recently named the World’s Leading Airline for the 3rd consecutive year
  • Win the grand cash prize of half the total bidding bids at the end of the 30 day auction. The more times you bid, the higher your chances of winning!
  • Help prepare the UAE’s future leaders. The remaining half of the total winning bids will be donated to Zayed University to aid in the provision of financial support to students in need.
Visit the Abu Dhabi International Airport website for more details.

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