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When we say "I am committed to serving you" (to) is a proposition and the verb following proposition comes in ING form or we say "I am looking forward to seeing you",pay attention when we say (committed to) or (looking forward to ) "to" is attached to the verb as a proposition,this does not apply to availability.
Availability to meet, or availability for a meeting with me. Though I'd go with your first choice: "Thanks for taking the time to meet with me". The other suggestions are, at best, excessively formal for most situations.
I think it would be better to mention it as your convenience rather than availability. Here is an example: It would be convenient for me to have the interview on 5th, 10th or 18th of August. Do please check your calendar and inform me when it could be scheduled. Here you may mention the dates in any form respective to the proximity.
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