Etihad Airways announces Daxing move

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Effective June 1, 2020, Etihad Airways will transfer all its flights to and from Abu Dhabi and Beijing, and its flights to and from Beijing to Nagoya, Japan, to Beijing Daxing International Airport.

Robin Kamark, Etihad Aviation Group chief commercial officer, said, “In October 2019, Abu Dhabi Airports Company inked a sister-airport partnership with Beijing Daxing International Airport, which will strengthen the capital-to-capital link. We are proud to announce that Etihad Airways will be one of the first airlines in the region to move to Beijing’s iconic Daxing International Airport.

“While the spread of COVID-19 has posed a major challenge for all airlines serving China, with a massive drop in demand on key routes, we remain optimistic that the situation will improve by the summer and we continue serving Beijing from Abu Dhabi presently, demonstrating our unwavering support and commitment to our Chinese partners and the China market as a whole,” Kamark added.

The new Zaha Hadid-designed aviation hub is the world’s largest single-structure airport terminal and integrated transportation hub, projected to reach a network of 28 cities in China, home to 202 million people, within three hours by high-speed train. The terminal’s major rail transportation links include high-speed rail, inter-city and subway connections, providing Etihad passengers with a high degree of air-rail connectivity across China.

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