By Daniel Shane
Abu Dhabi carrier will increase services from five times-a-week starting early next year
Abu Dhabi airline Etihad Airways is to increase the
frequency of its services to both Tokyo and Casablanca.
From 2 April, the carrier will fly to the Japanese capital’s
Narita Airport daily via a two-class Airbus A330-200 aircraft. Etihad had been
flying to Tokyo five times-a-week since launching the service in March 2010.
Etihad will also fly daily to Casablanca, Morocco’s largest
city, from 28 March. The route will be operated via a three-cabin Airbus A330-300.
The airline currently flies to 86 passenger and cargo destinations
worldwide and has a fleet of 67 Airbus and Boeing aircraft.