Etihad Airways will commence flying state-of-the-art Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on flights between Dublin and Abu Dhabi from this Sunday, June 30th.
The two cabin aircraft can carry 412 passengers, with 28 fully flatbed seats in Pearl Business Class and 384 seats in Coral Economy Class.
Etihad Airways said the decision to deploy a Boeing 777-300ER, the biggest aircraft in the Etihad Airways passenger fleet, reflects the importance of the route and increases capacity by 34%.
Chief Executive Officer and Etihad Airways’ President, James Hogan said “Since launching flights to Dublin in 2007, Etihad Airways has steadily increased its capacity and flight schedule and to arrive at this moment – placing a B777 on the route – is a great achievement.”
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