Etihad signs deal with ADNIC

Guest Writer

Etihad Airways has signed a deal with Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company (ADNIC) to provide Etihad’s UAE workforce and their families with medical insurance.

The deal provides more than 6,000 Etihad Airways employees and their families living in the UAE with full medical coverage, worldwide emergency medical treatment, and increased access to dental treatment on all plans.

The deal was recently signed by James Hogan, Etihad Airways chief executive, and Walid A. Sidani, ADNIC’s chief executive, at Etihad’s headquarters in Abu Dhabi.

James Hogan said: “Etihad’s growing workforce requires a world-class insurance provider. We were particularly impressed with ADNIC’s world-wide coverage and medical plans which offer great flexibility to our staff and their families.”

Walid A. Sidani said: “Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company is proud to have Etihad Airways as a client as it is recognised across the world as one of the UAE’s leading companies. We look forward to building upon this relationship in the months to come and strengthening the ties in the months to come.”

Pictured: (Left to right) Naeim Mosleh, head of insurance & risk management, Etihad Airways’; James Rigney, chief financial officer, Etihad Airways; James Hogan, chief executive, Etihad Airways; Walid A. Sidani, chief executive, ADNIC; Ahmad Idris, deputy CEO, ADNIC; Tariq Zietoun the chief underwriting officer, ADNIC. 

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