Etihad Airways is expected to commence new seasonal routes to Alexandria in Egypt, and Salalah in Oman for the duration of July and August, it announced on Thursday.
Flights will operate four times a week and these intend to accommodate the rising demand during the period, a statement said.
Flight EY 660 will depart from Abu Dhabi at 2.15pm and land in Alexandria at 4pm, with return flight EY661 departing from the Egyptian city at 4.50pm and arriving in the UAE capital at 10.40pm.
In the meantime flight EY 390 will leave from Abu Dhabi at 8.05am, landing in Salalah at 10am, with the return flight EY391 departing from the Omani city at 10.50am and arriving in the UAE capital at 12.40pm.
Alexandria, being the second-largest city in Egypt, is an admired location for tourists in the summer months. Salalah is also predominantly famous during the same period owing to its exclusive Khareef, or green season.
In addition to these seasonal destinations, the airline will run a total of 32 flights per week to Egypt, 28 flights to Cairo and four to Alexandria.
The airline will also function a total of 25 flights in a week to Oman with 21 weekly flights to Muscat and four to Salalah.