Etihad Airways statement on easing travel procedures to Abu Dhabi

Today, Etihad Airways welcomed the recent decisions issued by the competent authorities in the country to cancel the green list system and exempt vaccinated travelers from conducting a nasal swab examination (PCR) before traveling to the emirate and only presenting an approved Covid-19 vaccination certificate containing a QR reader. "

A spokesman for the company said that these important decisions are expected to encourage Etihad Airways' guests to visit the capital, Abu Dhabi, enjoy the various events and activities in the country, explore tourist and heritage attractions, and seize the opportunity to visit the Dubai Expo in its final weeks.


The spokesman explained that the state’s national carrier is keen to adopt a flexible strategy through which it seeks to keep pace with various developments, which will positively affect the strengthening of the fleet and the network of destinations, as the company intends to launch its first Airbus A350 aircraft, which will be operated from Abu Dhabi to Paris on March 31, as well as The resumption of Madinah flights on March 27, and the operation of many other seasonal destinations.”
He noted that this step is expected to revitalize air traffic and tourism and consolidate the capital’s position as a leading global travel destination, especially as we are on the verge of school holidays and festive holidays. Precautionary restrictions, helping to increase the level of demand and demand for travel in many of the markets operated by Etihad Airways.


It should be noted that unvaccinated travelers must present a negative nasal swab test (PCR) result no more than 48 hours before departure for Abu Dhabi, or a COVID-19 recovery certificate within 30 days of travel containing a QR reader. Children under 12 years of age are exempted from the examination