London Return Flying Etihad from $839 Adelaide / $903 Melbourne @ Flight Scout

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Just scouted these Etihad sale fares to London from $839 return with discounted travel dates in Feb/Mar 2020.

Etihad is a full-service airline so meals and luggage are included in the fare. All prices quoted are for return fares and include fees and taxes. Some payment types may incur an additional fee.

Etihad are consistently ranked as a top 10 airline in the world.

As a Virgin partner you can receive velocity benefits with Etihad and collect status credits and velocity points if you are velocity member.

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Adelaide

03 Mar 2020 - 17 Mar 2020
12 Feb 2020 - 26 Feb 2020

Melbourne

04 Feb 2020 - 18 Feb 2020
19 Feb 2020 - 04 Mar 2020

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Comments

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    Are you sure seat selection is included? Last time I flew with them it was a paid upgrade. Having said so … Great price!

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      Pretty sure seat selection is not included with Etihad on these economy fares.

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        Exactly!

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        They haven’t included seat selection since July 2018
        http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2018/07/11/etihad-sea...

        • +1 vote

          I understand and respect that Airlines try to generate income on cheap tickets by charging prior to departure for seat selection especially extra legroom seats but on Monday I flew from Abu Dhabi to Amsterdam on a half empty plane where the cabin crew made people move back to their allocated seat because they hadn't pay for them!
          This is something I would expect from a budget airline like Ryan air not a full service airline.

          Other airlines I flew with in the past like Singapore Airlines also charge for preferred seats prior to departure but allow passengers to change seats after takeoff.

          On the other hand and part of the same journey, I had a domestic transfer with VA from the GC to Mel where they, after a friendly request for extra legroom, seated me at the emergency exit.

          Something to keep in mind.

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      Apologies, updated above.

      Thanks for pointing out.

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    Wish Emirates would match this

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    Do airlines tend to lock out sales for December?

  • +3 votes

    Good price but when we flew back from Europe, with Etihad, in economy the seats were pretty uncomfortable.

  • +1 vote

    I'm not going to fly possibly 20H+ in a cr..py seat. Plus, this mob should be boycotted for the atrocities perpetrated upon the Yemeni people.

  • +3 votes

    We just flew with Etihad to/from uk and I must say they have really dropped in service since last time. We had to pay for seats each leg each way (for a family of 6 so that added up - Prices weren’t that cheap for fares ). They now advertise paid snacks on board for in between meals. Meal service was average and drinks were few and far between. Big big step down from what I was expecting based on previous flights. They also swapped out A380 (for which I had chosen those flights specifically) for a ‘regular’ plane - both ways both legs - grrrrr

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