Etihad Airways Increases Return Flights to Dallas Fort Worth

etihad airwaysEtihad Airways will increase frequency on its Dallas Fort Worth-Abu Dhabi route to a daily service early next year in response to increased demand from guests traveling between the destinations. 

Beginning February 2, 2017, the Abu Dhabi-based airline will add four new flights each week on the route to support the existing Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday services.

Etihad Airways, which launched the non-stop route to Dallas Fort Worth in December 2014, will continue to operate a Boeing 777-200 Long Range aircraft, complete with eight first class, 40 business, and 191 economy seats.


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Etihad, in conjuncture with codeshare partner American Airlines, provides travelers from the U.S. access to the Middle East, Africa, India, and Southeast Asia.

The airline currently offers 45 return flights each week between Abu Dhabi and six American cities, including Dallas Fort Worth, ChicagoLos Angeles, New York JFK, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. 

Furthermore, all guests flying Etihad Airways to the United States are processed through pre-clearance U.S. Immigration and Customs facilities at Abu Dhabi International Airport, ensuring they arrive as domestic passengers and avoid lengthy arrival formalities.

Daily flight schedule between Abu Dhabi and Dallas Fort Worth, beginning February 2, 2017: 

  • Abu Dhabi to Dallas/Fort Worth departs at 9:20 a.m. and arrives at 3:55 p.m., daily.
  • Dallas/Fort Worth to Abu Dhabi departs at 7:20 p.m. and arrives at 9:15 p.m., daily.

All departures and arrivals are listed in local time.


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