In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Etihad Airways is introducing Etihad Credit score to provide friends the power to delay their journey plans by allowing a free cancellation and is providing the unique worth of their reserving for use as credit score in the direction of their subsequent journey.
Because the state of affairs across the novel coronavirus continues to evolve, the place friends are both unable to or select to not journey, the brand new measures, in line with Etihad, will present most flexibility and ensures friends that have to journey accomplish that safely and conveniently.
Etihad Credit score is obtainable for all friends who’ve booked to journey earlier than June 30, 2020. Visitors have till September 30, 2020 to rebook their journey for journey till December 31, 2020—which can be utilized for any ticket, any fare sort or. any Etihad vacation spot. (Any fare distinction from the unique ticket worth might be charged.) Moreover, Etihad Visitor Members might be gifted month-to-month bonus Tier Miles from March 31 for 3 months to assist them preserve their Tier Standing. Eligible Members will obtain additional info immediately.
Visitors wishing to benefit from Etihad Credit score ought to go to www.etihad.com/travelalerts and full the shape on-line. For friends with important journey necessities, Etihad says it’s working carefully with the World Well being Group, the Ministry of Well being and Prevention of the United Arab Emirates, and IATA, in addition to different organizations, to make sure a wholesome flying expertise.
Be aware: Etihad Airways is urging friends whose flights are impacted by COVID-19 journey restrictions to chorus from calling the airline’s customer support traces except their flights are scheduled inside the subsequent 48 hours.
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