Sharjah-based economy carrier Air Arabia was officially launched on March 24. The event also coincided with the arrival of Air Arabia's new A320 aircraft – growing its fleet to three.
Air Arabia fares are all quoted one way without any restrictions. The way the fares are structured ultimately depends on market supply and demand; hence, fares increase as seats are sold on every flight. Accordingly, the earlier a passenger books, the more likely it is that they will pay the lowest available fare.
The airline is a Sharjah government-owned airline which is currently flying from Sharjah 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, Shiraz twice a week and Tehran three times a week. . — (menareport.com)
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