Etihad Airways' plan is subject to the government-imposed travel restrictions being lifted on passenger travel.
Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways plans to operate a reduced network of scheduled passenger services from May, as the carrier gradually ramps up operations that were shut following the coronavirus outbreak.
Reduced passenger services are planned from May 1 to 30 June, “with the aim of gradually returning to a fuller schedule as and when the global situation improves,” the airline said in a statement.
The plan is subject to the government-imposed travel restrictions being lifted on passenger travel.
Etihad is also continuing to operate special passenger flights allowing foreign nationals in the UAE to travel out, and carry essential belly-hold cargo such as perishables, pharmaceuticals, and medical supplies.