Etihad Regional adds four more routes to its network

On 1 May, Etihad Regional’s service from Geneva arrived for the first time at Belgrade Airport. The new airport pair will be operated thrice-weekly, using the carrier’s Saab 2000s.

  • Etihad Regional, which was launched on 16 January and is operated by Darwin Airline, added four more European links to its Geneva (GVA) and Zurich (ZRH) offerings during the course of last week, all of which are operated by its 51-seat Saab 2000s. With the longest sector being the 1,118-kilometre service from Geneva to Belgrade (BEG) operated thrice-weekly, and the shortest being launched from Geneva again, but this time to Zurich at 230 kilometres with daily flights, the carrier will face competition on three of the new airport pairs from easyJet and SWISS.
Launch date Origin Destination WF A/C Competition (WF)
1 May Geneva (GVA) Belgrade (BEG) 3 S20 easyJet (3), SWISS (3)
Zurich (ZRH) 7 SWISS (63)
Zurich (ZRH) Turin (TRN) 3
2 May Florence (FLR) 4 SWISS (21)
Source: Innovata / Diio Mi for w/c 6 May 2014.

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