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Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates , is offering great value airfares from Bangkok to popular destinations in Europe and South Africa .
Until August 31, travellers throughout Thailand are invited to take advantage of the airline’s ‘Fantastic Deals to Europe and Africa ’ for travel during October and November 2013.  
Return Coral Economy Class fares from Bangkok start at:
         THB33,135 to London         
         THB34,330 to Manchester    
         THB29,405 to Paris
         THB30,555 to Frankfurt      
         THB30,040 to Munich          
         THB28,380 to Milan   
         THB28,310 to Johannesburg
To experience the luxury and comfort of Pearl Business Class, fares start at:
         THB96,895 to London
         THB98,570 to Manchester
         THB90,675 to Paris
         THB90,345 to Frankfurt
         THB89,830 to Munich          
         THB88,170 to Milan
         THB78,925 to Johannesburg
Pearl Business Class fares include fully flat beds on all long haul flights, a la carte dining and Etihad Airways’ dine-on-demand Kitchen Anytime menu, more than 650 hours of on-demand enter tai nment and chauffeur-driven limousine transfers at selected locations worldwide.
Sale fares are valid for bookings until August 31, 2013 for travel between October 1 and 30 November 2013. Fares are all-inclusive.
For more information, please call 02 253 0099, visit or contact your preferred travel agent.
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About Etihad Airways
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates , began operations in 2003, and in 2012 carried 10.3 million passengers. From its hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport, Etihad Airways offers flights to 94 passenger and cargo destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas, with a fleet of 80 Airbus and Boeing aircraft, and over 80 aircraft on firm order, including 41 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners and 10 Airbus A380s, the world’s largest passenger aircraft. Etihad Airways also holds equity investments in airberlin, Air Seychelles , Virgin Australia and Aer Lingus, will acquire 49 per cent of Air Serbia from January 2014, and, subject to regulatory approval, will acquire 24 per cent of India ’s Jet Airways. For more information, please visit:
For more information contact:
Maetavarin Maneekulpan/Pakanunthon Chatturatbhan
Total Quality PR ( Thailand ) Co., Ltd
Tel. 02 260 5820 ext.115/124 Fax 02 260 5847 – 8
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