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Celebrate the Arrival of Spring with Etihad

Celebrate the Arrival of Spring with Etihad

Etihad Airways is offering customers in Ireland the chance to escape the rain and celebrate the arrival of spring with some sunshine. 

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With Etihad, Irish customers have the chance to visit some of their global destinations through the spring sunshine promotion. Customers can purchase a return Pearl Business Class ticket from Dublin to Abu Dhabi or Dubai from €2,142. Other Pearl Business Class offers include:

  • Bangkok from €2,510
  • Sydney from €3,702
  • Melbourne from €3,693
  • Brisbane from €3,714
  • Perth from €3,714

Other destinations, travelling on Coral Economy Class, include:  

 Abu Dhabi from €522

  • Dubai from  €522
  • Perth from €823
  • Sydney from €834
  • Bangkok from €640  
  • Seychelles from €593
  • Maldives from €548
  • Kuala Lumpur from €613
  • Ho Chi Minh City from €641
  • All fares are inclusive of taxes and surcharges The spring sunshine offer is available to travellers who book tickets before 18th February 2014. All travel must take place from 6th February to 30th November 2014.
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