Air Arabia carries 12,000 passengers during first quarter of operations
Sharjah-based Air Arabia carried over 12,000 passengers from Beirut to Sharjah and vice versa during its first operational quarter.
“Khartoum will be added from April 2004 and subject to the respective government approvals, we are also planning to operate to selected cities in India, Jordan, Yemen and Saudi Arabia,” said Air Arabia's CEO, Adel Ali.
Air Arabia is a Sharjah government-owned airline which is currently flying from the Emirate to Bahrain daily, Beirut four days a week, Damascus three days a week, Kuwait three days a week, Muscat five days a week, Alexandria three days a week, Assiut two days a week, Aleppo two days a week, Doha five days a week, Colombo three days a week, Tehran three times a week and Shiraz twice a week. A one way ticket from Beirut to Sharjah starts at $54 , excluding government taxes. — (menareport.com)
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