Air Arabia LLC - one of the UAE’s national airlines and the first low-cost airline of its kind in the Middle East & North Africa region – announced that it has been granted flight rights to fly daily to Mumbai, India from the middle of March 2005. This latest destination in Air Arabia’s constantly expanding network grows the airline’s reach to 12 countries and 16 destinations within the Middle East, North Africa and the Indian Subcontinent. Flight schedules and fares for India will be announced later this month.
“We are delighted with this addition to our growing network,” said Air Arabia’s Chairman, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Moh’d Al-Thani. “This is part of our commitment to provide our passengers with the best value and the highest quality of service. By connecting India to our existing routes, we can now offer Indian nationals the opportunity to travel at lower fares throughout the Gulf region and Gulf residents to travel to India at the best possible fares, allowing families to meet more frequently and tourists to enjoy even more destinations,” he added.