Air Arabia increases service to Amman, Damascus and Alexandria
Air Arabia, the first and largest low-cost carrier (LCC) in the Middle East and North Africa, announced today that it will offer additional flights throughout June and July 2010 between the carrier's first hub in Sharjah to Amman, Damascus and Alexandria. The increased service is in response to increasing seasonal demand for low-cost travel services across the Middle East.
Additional flights to Amman will operate on June 21, June 26, June 29 and July 3. Additional flights to Damascus will operate on June 24, June 27, July 1 and July 4, while additional flights to Alexandria will operate on June 21, June 23, June 28 and June 30, respectively.
Flights from Sharjah to Amman will depart at 14:45 and arrive the same day at 16:50, while Sharjah to Damascus will depart at 10:45 and arrive at 12:55 the same day. Flights from Sharjah to Alexandria Al Nozha will depart 09:20 and arrive 12:10 the same day.
"We are pleased to expand our service to Amman, Damascus and Alexandria this summer, in line with increased demand from our customers," said Sherif Attia, Chief Operating Officer of Air Arabia's Sharjah hub. "Air Arabia focuses on putting its customers' needs first, and our latest initiative to increase the frequency of service to popular destinations will surely enhance the level of convenience for our customers."
Air Arabia currently operates return flights between Sharjah and Amman seven times a week, Sharjah and Damascus eleven times a week, and Sharjah and Alexandria twenty-one times a week.