Have you Ever Boarded a Plane and Turned Left Special First Class Fares Flying Etihad
Released on: July 16, 2008, 5:50 am
Press Release Author: Andrew Mevissen
Industry: Transportation & Logistics
Press Release Summary: The fantasy of flying first class to the other side of the world may become a reality for more Australians with online agent, Direct Flights International, offering big reductions in first class flights to Europe and the US, flying one of the world's fastest growing airlines, Etihad.
Press Release Body: The fantasy of flying first class to the other side of the world may become a reality for more Australians with online agent, Direct Flights International, offering big reductions in first class flights to Europe and the US, flying one of the world's fastest growing airlines, Etihad.
Based in Australia, Direct Flights has return flights to New York or 10 cities in Europe in Etihad's swish Diamond First Class cabin from $9724, including taxes. The flights are from Sydney via Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. This reduced first class fares is almost half the cost of first class fares available on other major airlines flying from Australia to Europe.
The special Etihad fare is on sale until August 8, 2008, for travel until December 31, 2008, including the summer peak period in Europe and the US. In addition to New York, red carpet jetsetters can swoon their way from Australia to London, Manchester, Dublin, Milan, Paris, Frankfurt, Munich, Brussels, Geneva and also Casablanca in northern Africa.
High flyers in Etihad's first class can relax in private 'suites' offering a 6ft, 8inch flat bed, 23 inch LCD video screen, rotating seats, coatroom, mini bar, built-in seat massager, desklamp, meal table, magazine rack, personal mirror and mood lighting. Gourmet meals are served on fine china with silver plated cutlery and passengers can enjoy their own onboard lounge bar, VIP check-in, plush first class airport lounges and chauffeur-driven rides to and from the airport.
Etihad is one of the world's fastest growing airlines, carrying 41 per cent more passengers in the first half of this year than last year and set to fly a record six million passengers for the whole of 2008. The award-winning airline is also expanding the size of its state-of-the-art fleet this year from 37 to 45 aircraft and adding more flights from Australia to meet growing demand.
Direct Flights - www.directflights.com.au - offers travellers more easy ways to pay for flights than other travel sites, with a credit card just one of seven methods of payment. Other online and offline methods include POLi (Pay OnLine), Western Union Money Transfer, Bpay, Australia Post Billpay, bank cheque and Direct Deposit.
And unlike most other websites, Direct Flights charges no extra booking fees.
. Bookings available on www.directflights.com.au.
Established in 1991, Direct Flights International is a leading Australian online travel agent offering a fast and easy-to-use method of booking low-cost flights and holiday packages in Australia and around the world. Travellers can pair flights with more than 45,000 hotels, 3000 car rental locations, hundreds of rail trips and tours and attractions in more than 300 destinations across the globe.
Web Site: http://www.directflights.com.au
Contact Details: Media contact for Direct Flights International: Andrew Mevissen, Peak PR, 0431 883 057 or: email@example.com