Etihad has become the latest airline to announce its plans to restart flights to Phuket when the island reopens for quarantine-free travel from 1st July.
Etihad Airways plane credit Kentaro IEMOTO on flickr
Yesterday Emirates announced the resumption of four flights per week on their Dubai-Phuket route starting on 2nd July and KLM announced a four flight per week schedule from October.
Earlier this week Qatar Airways also announced a four flight per week schedule from 1st July.
Last week Thai Airways announced new direct flights from a number of European and Asian cities including London, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfort, Hamburg, Milan, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna and Zurich.
Etihad will fly to Phuket three times per week from 1st July utilising its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft with economy and business class seats. There are a limited number of promotional price seats available so book soon if you can.
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