Arriving in Erbil

Book your flights to Erbil with Etihad Airways and find yourself on the way to one of the world’s most ancient cultural and historical cities. Erbil offers an insight into its ancient traditions, while still providing the modern amenities and attractions that present day travellers desire.

Plan Your Erbil Visit

This ancient cultural destination has something to offer everyone, providing tourists with many attractions to entice them to travel to Ebril. History enthusiasts can find their way to the historic and famous Citadel of Erbil. The Kurdish Textile Museum offers beautiful, traditional and locally produced textiles for tourists to purchase. Minaret Park is one of the oldest archaeological and cultural wonders, and provides a marvellous insight into the local culture.

Autumn to spring, which include the mild winter months, are the best time to visit Erbil. You can find cheap hotels in Erbil right next to the Citadel in the off season summer months. If travelling in the peak season, you should aim to book your hotel and your tickets to Erbil in advance. Take advantage of the great flight deals to Erbil that Etihad has to offer, and make plans for an enjoyable and memorable holiday.

Flying from South Korea

Book your flights from South Korea with Etihad Airways and prepare to enjoy the superior service and hospitality you have come to expect from this world-renowned airline.

Major Airports in South Korea

The largest airport in South Korea is Incheon International Airport (ICN), located one hour west of Seoul. Incheon International Airport has been voted the Best Airport in the World every year from 2005 to 2012. Some of the passenger amenities include a spa, an ice rink, shower facilities and a library. The second largest airport is Gimpo International Airport (GMP) also outside of Seoul. It has several shops, a bank, restaurants and a duty free shop for visitors.

Airport Transportation in South Korea

South Korea has an amazing transportation infrastructure. You can take a high speed train to Incheon International Airport or to Gimpo International Airport from Seoul city centre on the AREX subway line on an hourly basis. There are also regular subway lines that stop at each airport. Seoul provides several different bus options to both airports so taking a bus to Gimpo International from downtown Seoul should never be a problem. For a further option you can always take a taxi to Incheon International Airport.

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Interested in Erbil? Consider Dubai

Book your flights to Dubai with Etihad Airways and get ready to enjoy the exciting local fusion of tourist paradise and commercial hub.

Plan Your Dubai Holiday

The reasons to travel to Dubai are myriad and focus on primarily commerce and relaxation. People come for the desert, the extravagant collection of shopping malls, the souks, the golden beaches, the museums, the contemporary attractions and for Dubai’s reputation as “place to do business” in the Arabian Gulf. In 2010 Dubai was the 7th most visited city in the world.

The climate in Dubai is a subtropical desert with scattered humidity throughout the year. During the off-peak season, especially in July and August, temperatures swell and at times can exceed 45 degrees. Travellers seeking cheap hotels in Dubai should attempt to arrive during the off-peak season, but should be prepared for very warm temperatures. If you wish to experience the full range of diverse activities that are available, we recommend that you book your tickets to Dubai as soon as you can and travel in the peak season. We additionally advise that you consult our Deals section to find the best flight deals to Dubai all year-round.

Arrive in Dubai in just 45 minutes!

While we don’t fly direct to Dubai, getting there is quick and simple with our complimentary coach service from Abu Dhabi available to all Etihad Airways guests. If you are flying Diamond First Class or Pearl Business Class, you can either use our luxury Etihad Express coaches or book a chauffeur to take you to Dubai, absolutely free.

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