Etihad Airways is readied to begin flying to Guangzhou next month, becoming the initial international airline to run long-haul guest solutions to the top 3 Chinese entrances considering the start of the pandemic.

Subject to regulatory authorizations, the twice-weekly passenger solution to Guangzhou will certainly begin on 10 October, originally using a two-class Boeing 777.

The new course suggests Etihad will certainly be offering visitors convenient accessibility to 3 Chinese entrances as Guangzhou is included in existing services to Shanghai which resumed in July 2020 and also Beijing, which returned in June 2022.

Martin Drew, Etihad’s Senior Vice President of Global Sales as well as Cargo, stated: “We are proud to supply our visitors a third location in China as Etihad Airways begins flights to the pivotal as well as the historic port city of Guangzhou. As well as being a contemporary and rapidly expanding city itself, Guangzhou has exceptional connections with the Greater Bay Area.


” Our twice-weekly solution will certainly, even more, resolve the substantial demand for traveler traveling in between the UAE as well as China, in addition, to supply brand-new cargo capacity, structure on the awesome people and also business connections in between both markets.”

With the enhancement of these new solutions from 10 October, Etihad will certainly supply four once-a-week flights in between Abu Dhabi as well as China: two solutions weekly to Guangzhou and also weekly services to Beijing as well as Shanghai.

Those desiring to book are encouraged to go to, as well as to remain informed on the appropriate entry policies at their end location.

Trips are additionally readily available for reserving via the Etihad mobile application, by calling the Etihad Airways Get In Touch With Centre at +971 600 555 666 (UAE )or +86 400 8822 050 (Landmass China), or via a neighborhood or online travel agency.

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