Etihad Airways builds on Sao Paulo demand

Etihad Airways is witnessing increasing demand on the new service to Sao Paulo. These facts were further endorsed by James Hogan, president and chief executive officer, Etihad Airways. The airline operates three non-stop flights per week service between Sao Paulo and Abu Dhabi. 

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L-R: Geert Bovan, Etihad Airways vice president of the Americas, Hasan Al Hammadi, Etihad Airways senior vice president of Executive Affairs, Mohamed bin Khalfan, third secretary at the UAE Embassy in Brazil, Khalid Al Mehairbi, senior vice president of Government and Aeropolitical affairs, HE Sultan Rashed Al Kaitoob Al Neaimi, UAE ambassador to Brazil, James Hogan, president and chief executive officer of Etihad Airways, HE Joao de Mendonca Lima Neto, Brazillian Ambassador to UAE, Juan Torres, Etihad Airways vice president South America and general manager Brazil, Abdul Qader Hussein Ahmed, Etihad Airways vice president of Government and International Affairs

Etihad Airways will also provide a strong link for the Japanese population in Sao Paulo, the largest Japanese community outside Japan, flying to Nagoya and Tokyo. Furthermore demand is already strong from the Arab community in Sao Paulo, predominantly made up by residents of Syrian and Lebanese nationalities.

Connections to these destinations, which have strong cultural and historical ties with Brazil, will be strengthened further from 27 October as the Etihad Airways operation moves to daily flights. Currently flights operate every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

HE Sultan Rashed Al Kaitoob, UAE ambassador to Brazil, said: “These direct flights by Etihad Airways will create new opportunities for government, trade and tourism between both countries to develop and flourish.”

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