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Etihad Airways introduces special fares to Dublin to make lifting of visa requirements

Posted 31 January 2018 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has introduced special fares for its Abu Dhabi – Dublin flights to celebrate the lifting of visa requirements for UAE nationals travelling to Ireland, which comes into effect today.

The special fares start from AED 2,885 in Economy Class and AED 15,215 in Business Class (including applicable taxes and surcharges).

Mohammad Al Bulooki, Etihad Airways’ Executive Vice President Commercial, said: “Etihad Airways has witnessed considerable demand for its Abu Dhabi – Dublin route during recent years and the removal of visa requirements is great news for UAE Nationals looking to visit Ireland for a holiday or business.

“The national airline is delighted to celebrate this landmark moment with the introduction of special fares for UAE-based air travellers, which we hope will encourage more UAE Nationals to visit the ‘Emerald Isle’.”

Over the coming months, Etihad Airways will continue to work closely with its partner, Tourism Ireland, to promote the visa requirements change and introduce special campaigns to highlight Ireland as an attractive tourist destination.

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