Emirates, Etihad Seek To Boost UAE Tourism With Interline Pact

Etihad and Emirates executives sign agreement

The MOU was signed at the Arabian Travel Market event in Dubai by Adnan Kazim (front, right), Emirates chief commercial officer, and Mohammad Al Bulooki (front, left), Etihad COOaccompanied by Emirates president Sir Tim Clark (back, center right) and Antonoaldo Neves (back, center left), Etihad's chief executive.

Credit: Emirates
Emirates and Etihad Airways are expanding their interline agreement as part of efforts to increase tourism to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), initially focusing on inbound traffic from “key source markets” in Europe and China. Under the memorandum of understanding (MOU), passengers will be able to...
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David Casey is Editor in Chief of Routes, the global route development community's trusted source for news and information.

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