Etihad Announces New City-Themed Business-Class Amenity Kits

Nov 1, 2016

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Between British Airways’ new first-class pouches and JetBlue’s new offering for Mint passengers, it’s been a busy past week for amenity kits. Never one to be outdone, Etihad recently unveiled new first-class amenity kits, and now it’s announcing new cities to be featured as part of its existing city-themed business-class amenity kit line.

Etihad’s original line of city-themed bags — which was launched last year around this time — featured six cities: Abu Dhabi, London, Madrid, Los Angeles, Sydney and Hong Kong. In addition to offering the standard amenities, Etihad’s kits were noteable for including a mini LUXE City Guide that cover “everything from hotels and restaurants, to spas, bars, boutiques and bespoke shopping.”

This time around, the carrier is featuring five new cities: New York, São Paulo, Rome, Melbourne and Bangkok. Etihad’s home city of Abu Dhabi is also making a return with a redesigned kit.

Etihad's new kits now come with a city guide. Image courtesy of Etihad.
Etihad’s previous line of city-based amenity kits. Image courtesy of Etihad.

TPG Special Contributor Eric Rosen snagged one of the already-existing London guides during his recent business-class flight on board the Etihad A380. In addition to the noted mini-city guide, he notes that the kits include “Scaramouche and Fandango products including honey lip balm, hand cream, a dental pack with toothbrush and toothpaste, ear plugs, a sleeping mask and footies.”

Not sure what to do with your leftover kits from Etihad or other airlines? If you’re flying United, you can just leave yours behind on the plane. United is recycling left-behind unused items from kits. Otherwise, use one of our nine other suggested uses for old amenity kits.

H/T: Point Me To The Plane

Featured image courtesy of Etihad.

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