POST Online Media Lite Edition



 

Etihad Airways to drop San Francisco route from October

Staff Writer |
Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways said on Wednesday it is suspending flights to San Francisco in the United States from October after falling passenger demand curbed the route's profitability.

Article continues below






The flight, launched in November 2014, was already reduced from a daily service to three times a week earlier this year.

The suspension is from October 29 and passengers booked to travel after then will be rebooked with other carriers, Etihad said in an emailed statement.

"Etihad Airways remains strongly committed to its other U.S. services, which are performing at, or above, commercial targets," Etihad said.

The Abu Dhabi carrier flies to five other U.S. destinations including New York and Washington DC.


What to read next

Etihad non-stop from Abu Dhabi to Perth
Etihad Airways to invest $100m in JAT Airways
Etihad Airways has EC clearance on Alitalia stake