Etihad Airways’ phased move into the new Terminal 3 at Abu Dhabi International Airport has been successfully completed with the transfer this week of the final four long-haul services from Terminal 1.
The final flight moves saw the airline’s Beijing, New Delhi, Johannesburg and Mumbai services move across on Monday, March 23. A total of 31 destinations now operate from Terminal 3.
“The transfer of flights is supported by Etihad’s new passenger facilities, which include new premium lounges as well as improved check-in areas, including a designated check-in zone for our premium customers,” said James Hogan, Etihad Airways’ chief executive. Etihad has 18 destinations remaining served by Terminal 1, including its JFK New York service.