Air Arabia takes off to Aleppo, Syria
Air Arabia made its inaugural flight to Aleppo, Syria on Thursday, January 8, its second destination in the Arab state.
The flight to Aleppo flew an official delegation; led by the Deputy Director Civil Aviation, Abdul Wahab Mohamad Al-Roomi, Air Arabia's Director of Finance, Donald Hubbard and Air Arabia's Head of Information Technology, Ali Al-Hamdany to Aleppo's Airport, where they were met by dignitaries, press and officials.
Flights from Sharjah to Aleppo will take off every Sunday and Thursday. A one-way ticket from Sharjah to Aleppo will start at 370 Emirati dirhams ($100) – excluding government taxes, with similar fares available for the return trip.
Air Arabia is a Sharjah government-owned airline. The carrier was established as a fully-fledged commercial airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) last year. Its fleet consists of two A320 aircraft and flies directly to Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Lebanon and Syria. This year Air Arabia plans to expand its fleet to four Airbus A320 aircraft, flying to more destinations. — (menareport.com)
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