Etihad Airways announced that it is launching two routes starting October 1, 2023, flying to
Dusseldorf International Airport (DUS), and Copenhagen Airport (CPH) from Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH).
The Abu Dhabi-based airline will operate four weekly flights to Copenhagen and three weekly flights to Dusseldorf via the Boeing B787 Dreamliner in a two-class cabin, with 28 seats in business and 262 seats in economy.
“We are thrilled to start flying to Denmark for the first time and to expand our network in Germany to our third city, providing guests with more holiday options and easier access between Abu Dhabi and Europe,” Antonoaldo Neves, Etihad Airways’ chief executive officer said in a statement.
“Our new flights will take off for the winter season — the perfect time for guests to escape the cold and enjoy Abu Dhabi’s beautiful beaches, world-class entertainment and rich heritage — and also ideal for travelers choosing to experience the unique allure of Europe in the winter,” Neves added.
While this will be Etihad’s first flight to Denmark, Dusseldorf, the third German city to be served by the airline, will be a relaunch.