Explore Osaka’s Vibrant Culture with Etihad Airways’ New Route

Indian cities added by Etihad Airways
Etihad Airways to Fly Five Times a Week to Osaka, Japan

Etihad Airways has exciting news for travelers seeking to explore the captivating city of Osaka, Japan. Starting from 01st October 2023, Etihad Airways will offer five weekly flights to Osaka, providing a gateway to this cosmopolitan destination.

With this new route, visitors from Abu Dhabi and beyond will have the opportunity to discover Osaka’s rich heritage and renowned hospitality.

Antonoaldo Neves, Chief Executive Officer of Etihad Airways, expressed his delight at introducing flights to Osaka for the first time. As one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities, Osaka offers a unique blend of tradition and modernity that captivates visitors. The airline is confident that travelers will enjoy exploring Osaka’s vibrant culture and diverse culinary scene, which has earned it the reputation of being the ‘Kitchen of Japan.’

Enhanced Travel Connections and Access to Japan:

Etihad Airways decision to add Osaka to its flight network complements its existing Tokyo service. It provides even more options for travelers to explore the Land of the Rising Sun. This new route strengthens the trade and tourism ties between the two countries, promoting economic growth and cultural exchange.

Osaka’s Culinary Delights:

One of Osaka’s major highlights is its world-class culinary scene. From Michelin-starred restaurants to eclectic eateries, the city offers a gastronomic adventure for food enthusiasts.

Visitors can indulge in local delicacies such as takoyaki (octopus balls), okonomiyaki (savoury pancakes), and sushi. The diverse range of dining options ensures that every palate is satisfied and leaves a lasting impression.

Etihad Airways announcement of a new route to Osaka opens up exciting possibilities for travelers seeking to explore this cosmopolitan city.

To book your flights visit https://www.etihad.com/en-ae/


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