Etihad Airways is to launch four new routes to Pakistan and the Philippines.
From 13 February, the new Pakistan routes of Islamabad and Peshawar, along with Philippines’ capital Manila, will be added to Etihad’s current Asian service, with Lahore then being added on 20 February.
Etihad already flies to Karachi, and with these new routes Pakistan will become one of the busiest countries on Etihad’s network, with a total of four destinations.
“This significant expansion of Etihad’s Asian service to Pakistan and the Philippines, demonstrates the airline’s commitment to providing frequent and flexible travel between the world’s most significant cultural and commercial destinations. Etihad is now establishing itself as one of the leading airlines catering for the global Asian community,” said Geert Boven, VP Commercial, Etihad Airways.