Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways is\u00a0operating flights\u00a0from Abu Dhabi to 29 worldwide destinations starting from July 1, according to the airline\u2019s website.\r\nThe airline said those flights will operate between July 1-15, and that it was working with the\u00a0UAE government\u00a0global aviation authorities to increase its network of destinations from July 16 onwards.\r\n\r\n\r\nThe UAE said mid-June that it will start\u00a0allowing residents and citizens to travel\u00a0to some \u201clow risk\u201d countries from June 23, after the country had suspended in March all passenger travel in and out of it as part of the government\u2019s efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus.\r\nHere is a list of Etihad flights from Abu Dhabi to international destinations between July 1-15:\r\nAmsterdam: Up to 3 times weekly\r\nAthens: 2 times weekly\r\nBahrain: Up to 2 times weekly\r\nBarcelona: Up to 4 times weekly\r\nBrussels: Up to 3 times weekly\r\nChicago: weekly\r\nColombo: 2 times weekly (July)\r\nDublin: Up to 3 times weekly\r\nFrankfurt: Daily\r\nGeneva: Up to 3 times weekly\r\nIstanbul: 2 times Weekly\r\nJakarta: 5 times weekly\r\nKuala Lumpur: 4 times weekly\r\nLondon: Daily\r\nMadrid: Up to 3 times weekly\r\nManila: Up to 4 times weekly\r\nMelbourne: 5 times weekly\r\nMilan: Daily\r\nNew York: Weekly\r\nParis: Daily\r\nSeoul: Daily\r\nSingapore: 4 times weekly\r\nSydney: Up to 3 times weekly\r\nTokyo Narita: 3 times weekly\r\nToronto: weekly\r\nZurich: Up to 5 times weekly\r\n\r\n\r\nChanging flight bookings\r\nEtihad also said that if travelers booked their flight before 31 August to travel any time until 30 November 2020, they can change their flight for free.\r\nThey can either cancel their trip and save it for later with Etihad Credit. The airline will reward the travelers with up to $400 and up to 5,000 Etihad Guest Miles, and they can travel any time before 31 October 2021.\r\nOr they can simply rebook their trip at a time that suits them \u2013 they can even pick a new destination anywhere on Etihad\u2019s network.\r\n\r\nFlying on Etihad aircraft amid coronavirus\r\nIt is compulsory to wear a face mask whilst you travel. You must wear your face mask whilst you are at the airport, on board the aircraft and when you arrive at your destination.\r\nRemember to wash your hands thoroughly at regular intervals and follow social distancing guidelines carefully at all times.\r\nFrom 30 hours before your flight, you can check-in and choose your seat online or via our app. To help us follow social distancing guidelines as closely as possible, some of our seats are unavailable. If you can\u2019t find the seat you would like, we\u2019ll be happy to help you at the airport.\r\nCheck-in at the airport opens three hours before your scheduled flight time. Your boarding pass will be ready to collect when you arrive.\r\nTemperature screening is in operation in Abu Dhabi Airport, and you\u2019ll be asked to wait two meters from other guests at all queuing points.\r\nDue to COVID-19 restrictions, our lounges in Abu Dhabi are closed.\r\nOn board, we\u2019ll make sure you are seated with as much space as possible between every guest, and we\u2019ll offer our food and drinks service in line with important COVID-19 guidelines.