Abu Dhabi airline Etihad Airways has released its Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft on its day-to-day service to Amsterdam.

The transfer arrives immediately after the carrier operated the 787-nine to and from Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam in the course of the summer months months last yr.

In May, Etihad experienced mentioned that it would deploy the aircraft five times weekly to Amsterdam, with an A330-two hundred operating the route on the remaining two times. Even so, the airline has opted to fly the Dreamliner on a day-to-day foundation.

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Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways CEO mentioned: “The conclusion to up grade our day-to-day Amsterdam service to the 787 Dreamliner aircraft displays the great importance of the Netherlands marketplace.

“We been given good client opinions when we initial flew the ‎aircraft to the Dutch money last summer months.‎”

The 787 Dreamliner functions 299 seats – which includes 28 business studios and 271 economic system seats.

The business studios provide an increase of twenty for every cent in particular area and a completely-flat bed. Upholstered in Poltrona Frau leather, every single seat has an in-seat massage, a pneumatic cushion manage process which permits passengers to modify the firmness and consolation of their seat, and an 18-inch particular contact-monitor Tv set.

Etihad at this time operates a fleet of 16 Boeing 787-9s from Abu Dhabi to 14 locations which includes Amman, Beijing, Beirut, Brisbane, Düsseldorf, Johannesburg, Perth, Riyadh, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo, Washington, D.C. and Zurich.

The airline will introduce the aircraft to Madrid from one Oct.

Seoul and Melbourne are because of to sign up for the 787 network around the upcoming several months.

General, the airline has a fleet of around a hundred and twenty Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

In 2013, it put firm orders for 204 aircraft, which provided 71 Boeing 787s, 25 Boeing 777Xs, sixty two Airbus A350s and ten Airbus A380s.



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