Etihad Airways has launched an incentive scheme aimed at encouraging passengers back into the skies, as the aviation industry attempts to recover from the devastating economic impact of coronavirus.
The Abu Dhabi-based carrier is offering guests the change to purchase an Etihad Travel Voucher between June 10 and 24 this year, and they will then receive an extra 50 percent cash value off future travel from August 1 onwards.
Robin Kamark, chief commercial officer, Etihad Aviation Group, said: “Now, more than ever, we want to give the world something to look forward to. Valid for two years, Etihad Travel Voucher will give our guests plenty of time to plan their future trip, and with 50 percent extra credit, they will spend less on that well-deserved break.”
Etihad Travel Vouchers are available in increments of $250 to a maximum of $65,000. The value of the purchased voucher plus 50 percent extra credit will be added to a 'Travel Bank' account for future redemption on flights, upgrades and extras.
Source: Arabian Business