The regular flights will connect the capital Abu Dhabi to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Jakarta, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, London, Madrid, Manila, Melbourne, Milan, Paris, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo and Zurich.
Transfer connections from these cities via Abu Dhabi will also be available, Gulf Business reports.
The announcement comes as the Gulf country opened Abu Dhabi International Airport, Dubai International Airport, and Sharjah International Port, which also double as hubs for Etihad Airways, Emirates, flydubai, and Air Arabia.
Dr. Saif Juma Al Dhaheri, spokesman of the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) who confirmed the decision said the named airline will provide details of their operation.
UAE in March closed down its airports for commercial flights as part of measure to curb the spread of covid-19 pandemic.