Etihad cabin crew Lina teaches the basics of Spanish.
As many people stay indoors under the current measures, Etihad Airways presents a series of entertaining videos through its social media channels to help overcome boredom.
The "Etihad @ Home" series aims to entertain the thousands of people who are doing their part to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus by staying in their homes, in the UAE and around the world.
The videos include cooking lessons from talented ITU chefs, and language lessons from the multilingual cabin crew.
Etihad Airways said on Twitter, “The world might be out of reach right now, so let us bring the world to you! Our series, Etihad@Home, will let you experience the world from the comfort of your couch. Today, our cabin crew Lina is going to show us the basics of Spanish to help with your future travels. Vamos!”
The series also includes language lessons from the hospitality crew who provide simple lessons for those wishing to learn French, Spanish or Arabic. Other language lessons will be presented later.
The aviation industry has been among the worst hit by the COVID-19 outbreak, which has dented travel demand and forced major airlines to lay off staff and seek government bailouts.
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