Arriving in Abu Dhabi

Book your flights to Abu Dhabi with Etihad Airways and discover an ancient land that leads the way to the future while preserving proud traditions. With amazing shopping, ancient treasures, and exciting theme parks, there is something for everyone.

Plan Your Abu Dhabi Holiday

Travel to Abu Dhabi and witness a breathtaking city characterised by futuristic skyscrapers, historic palaces and captivating mosques. With tickets to Abu Dhabi you can appreciate the noble past at sites such as the palace of Qasr Al-Hosn and the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. After satisfying your cultural and historical interests, you can enjoy the many enticing and fascinating attractions. Go shopping at the Abu Dhabi Mall and the Fotouh Al Khair Centre, brave the fastest rollercoaster in the world, venture through the desert on a camel, surf the 3-metre-high waves in the Wadi Adventure water park, and relax on the beaches of Saadiyat and Corniche.

With flights to Abu Dhabi on Etihad Airways, it has never been easier to experience this jewel of The Middle East. If you travel in low season, from May to September, you will find cheap hotels in Abu Dhabi and enjoy some of the world’s most luxurious tourist resorts.

Abu Dhabi to Dubai in just 45 minutes

If you are travelling to Dubai from Abu Dhabi, getting there is quick and simple with our complimentary coach service 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.

Flying from Nigeria

Book your flights from Nigeria to hundreds of destinations around the world with Etihad Airways. From the minute you book your flight to the time you arrive at your destination, Etihad will offer you exceptional customer service and a journey in a world class aircraft.

Major Airports in Nigeria

The largest airport in Nigeria is Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS). It is located in Ikeja, Lagos State, and serves the nation’s capital city. The airport has a duty free shop and various other customer services such as a bank and a business centre. It welcomed over 10 million visitors in 2012. The second largest airport is Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (ABV) which is located just outside of Abuja. It has a cafeteria and shops for travellers.

Airport Transportation in Nigeria

You cannot take a train to Murtala Muhammed International Airport or to Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport. Bus services are unavailable to LOS, however a shuttle bus to Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport is available from the central district in Abuja every hour. As in many countries, the most convenient form of transportation is to take a taxi. Depending on traffic, a taxi to Murtala Muhammed International Airport can take between 30 and 60 minutes.

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Interested in Abu Dhabi? Consider Sana'a

Book your flights to Sana’a and prepare to discover the culture, lifestyle and architecture in one of the world’s oldest and most interesting historical cities.

Plan Your Sana’a Holiday

When you travel to Sana’a you will find countless opportunities and ways to familiarise yourself with the city’s fascinating culture. If you enjoy sitting back and watching the world go by, simply find a street-side coffee shop and observe the local life from up close. For some of the city’s history, go to the important landmark of the Bab al-Yemen. This is the gate of the Old City of Sana’a and will lead you to numerous historic sites, market souqs and quality food establishments.

Whilst the region can be visited at any time of year, in order to get the most out of your trip, the best time to search for tickets to Sana’a is from September-April when the weather is most likely to be dry. If you are looking for cheap hotels in Sana’a you can consider visiting during the off-season, as at this time you’re likely to find the best prices. The deals section of our website is a great place to search for some excellent flight deals to Sana’a.

 

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