Air Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE)' low-cost airline has unveiled its starting fares through a regional campaign. The way the fares are structured ultimately depends on market supply and demand. 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 'starting' fare.
Air Arabia's starting fares vary according to destination and fares exclude government taxes, which vary from one country to another. The fares are all quoted one way to allow customers the flexibility to choose their return destination.
Air Arabia was established as a fully-fledged commercial airline of the UAE this year with a fleet consisting of two A320 aircraft. The airline’s initial schedule included flights to Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Lebanon and Syria. Early next year Air Arabia plans to expand its fleet to four Airbus A320 aircraft. — (menareport.com)
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