Etihad Airways a global player

In 2013, Etihad Airways carried some 12 million passengers. Via Abu Dhabi, the airline flies to more than 90 destinations around the world. In 2013, top destinations included Manila and Bangkok. The maritime sector often chooses the comfort and personal services of Etihad Airways, an airline that treats travellers as guests rather than passengers. In Diamond First Class, Pearl Business Class and Coral Economy Class, you can always rely on outstanding service – to each ‘guest’ their own.

Coral Economy Class

Economy Class provides spacious seats, three menus to choose from, and 650 hours of in-flight entertainment. If you need to work for a few hours on your laptop, tablet or other device, your seat offers various power connections, so your battery won't run out.

Pearl Business Class

In Business Class, Etihad Airways focuses on the business traveller. This means you always have direct access to the aisle and your seat is fully adjustable. It can even be turned into a horizontal bed. The Food & Beverage manager will be pleased to serve you high-quality meals – everything you need to arrive at your final destination well rested.

Diamond First Class

In First Class, Etihad offers you optimum privacy. Your own compartment can be fully closed off, with your very own wardrobe and a personal wash basin for freshening up. Your private chef will prepare a tailor-made menu for you, served at a wooden table. The premium lounges at Abu Dhabi Airport – where you can enjoy spa treatments and use office facilities – guarantee a relaxed journey.

An apartment in the air

In early May, Etihad Airways introduced private apartments on board, consisting of a lounge, a separate bedroom and your own bathroom in the air – a majestic extra class, which no other airline can offer.

Would you like to see for yourself what the different classes on board are like? Click here for a virtual on-board tour.

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