Abu Dhabi’s biggest airline company Etihad announced that it will resume reduced service and flights from Saturday, May 16.
The airline is working closely with the government of UAE and global aviation authorities to reopen with a reduced schedule of flights.
“Our aim is to gradually return to a fuller schedule as soon as it is safe for us to do so, but for now, our flights remain suspended, and will return on 16 May,” the airline told The National.
Etihad will open flights from Abu Dhabi to India, Sri Lanka and the Philippines.
The first regular flight from the capital to the Philippines will be on Sunday, May 17.
One way fare going to Manila start from AED 3,189.