Etihad Airways’ new destination inspired amenity kits

  • October 7, 2016

Etihad Airways has introduced a new collection of destination-inspired Business Class amenity kit designs along with the airline’s award-winning partnership with LUXE City Guides. The kits are inspired by iconic cities on Etihad’s global network.


The new range contains products from London-based skincare and grooming brand Scaramouche + Fandango.The five new cities featured are Melbourne, New York, São Paulo, Rome and Bangkok, while the existing Abu Dhabi kit has been refreshed with a new design and a fully updated city guide.


The luxury amenities, collectable guides and functional bag complement Etihad Airways’ Business Class experience, adding extra colour, character and innovative flair to our service and hospitality offering.

The designs of the amenity kits are also influenced by the architectural features of each city. The Melbourne kit, for example, takes its cue from the city’s 19thcentury buildings, the Yarra river and coastline; the Abu Dhabi kit, is inspired by the intricate mosaics of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. The Scaramouche + Fandango comfort kit features a facial moisturiser enriched with vitamin E and made with anti-oxidants and essential oils to combat fatigue and the lower humidity levels in the cabin. Triglycerides and essential oils rebalance the skin’s natural moisture. A honey and shea butter lip balm enriched with vitamin E keeps lips hydrated. The new kits also include a sleep pack containing socks and eye mask, and a dental pack and earplugs.


Etihad Airways’ range of Business Class amenity kits received the coveted Gold Seal for Excellence at the Travelplus Awards earlier this year.

Etihad First Class Amenity kit

Earlier this year, Etihad Airways chose products from internationally renowned fashion designer Christian Lacroix, and pioneering Hungarian skincare brand, Omorovicza for it’s First Class amenity kits. These attractive new bags will initially be introduced on the airline’s Airbus A380 flights between Abu Dhabi and London, New York, Sydney, Melbourne and Mumbai, and then fleet-wide in early 2017.




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