We study the effects of decoherence on the entanglement generated by Unruh
effect in accelerated frames by using various combinations of an amplitude
damping channel, a phase damping channel and a depolarizing channel in the form
of multilocal and collective environments. Using concurrence as entanglement
quantifier, we show that the occurrence of entanglement sudden death (ESD)
depends on different combinations of the channels. The ESD can be avoided under
a particular configuration of the channels. We show that the channels can be
used to distinguish between a moving and a stationary frame.