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Clodagh and Rhona from FCm Win Flights with Etihad

It was certainly party time as Etihad Airways celebrated the launch of double daily flights between Dublin and Abu Dhabi by hosting the Irish travel trade at a really  spectacular cocktail party in the award-winning Koh restaurant in Dublin.

 At the Etihad Airways Double Daily Party were Beatrice Cosgrave and over all winner Clodagh Flanagan.
At the Etihad Airways Double Daily Party were Beatrice Cosgrove and overall winner Clodagh Flanagan, FCm, who won two tickets to Perth

Over 300 guests, who included RTE’s GAA celebrities Des Cahill and Marty Morrissey, enjoyed a great night of music, custom-designed cocktails and a wide selection of the incredible food from Koh.

Another happy winner was
Another happy winner was Kirsten Keogh, Trailfinders, who won a trip to Thailand

As a thank you to the Irish travel trade for their unstinting support, Etihad Airways gave away some amazing prizes via an interactive quiz, which was compèred on the night by NewsTalk 106FM’s Ivan Yates. The prizes included return flights for two on the new Perth route, a holiday in Thailand, and a seven-night stay in Abu Dhabi.

Barry Hammond from Sunway and Martin Penrose from If Only were at the Etida party.
Barry Hammond, Sunway, and Martin Penrose, If Only, were at the Etihad party

Beatrice Cosgrove, Etihad Airways’ General Manager for Ireland, said: “From the initial four flights a week when the service was launched and throughout the last seven years, which now sees us fly twice daily, the Irish travel trade have been with us every step of the way. They have played a key role in the success of Etihad Airways in Ireland and for that I want to say a big ‘Thank You’.”

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Rhona McCann, FCm, receives her prize from Beatrice Cosgrove of a trip to Abu Dhabi
Mary McCormack won two tickets to the All Ireland Hurling final coolects her prize from Beatrice Cosgrove.
Mary McCormack, Sunway, who won two tickets to the All Ireland Hurling Final, collects her prize from Beatrice Cosgrove
RTE meets
RTE meets Newstalk as Des Cahill leans on Ivan Yeats

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