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Etihad flies more to Egypt

Etihad Airways is increasing its number of weekly flights to a number of key destinations within the GCC, Middle East, Europe and India from this summer. Flights to Cairo will increase to 12 times a week. Etihad will operate a total of 728 weekly flights out of Abu Dhabi this summer, 47% higher than last year.

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