Eithad Airways, the national airline of the Abu Dhabi, has announced that it will be increasing the number of flights it offers to and from the emirate.
Following a successful year, the airline has announced that it will be increasing the frequency of its flights to both Kazakhstan and Bangalore.
Under the new deal, travellers originating from any of Etihad's destinations worldwide can now fly to Kazakhstan through its Abu Dhabi hub.
While, in terms of its Bangalore operations, the airline has said that it will be upping the number of flights to the destination to seven, allowing it to run a daily service.
Neerja Bhatia, Etihad Airways' country manager in India, said "This latest increase in our Indian flying is indicative of the huge confidence we have in this important market."
Travellers flying with the carrier are able to take advantage of the complimentary chauffeur service for premium class passengers flying in and out of Bangalore Airport.