Air Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa’s first and largest low cost carrier (LCC) announced today the start of its services to Amman, Jordan, from its third hub in Alexandria.
Beginning June 18, 2010, roundtrip flights will operate four times per week between Air Arabia’s hub in Burj Al Arab International Airport, Alexandria and Amman Queen Alia Airport in Jordan.
The LCC will fly to Amman on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Flights depart Alexandria at 12:50 PM arriving in Amman at 14:20 PM the same day, and return flights depart Amman at 15:00 PM, arriving in Alexandria at 16:35 PM the same day.
Adel Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Air Arabia said: “We are extremely pleased to announce the launch our services to Amman from our third and most recent hub in Alexandria, Egypt, further extending Air Arabia’s reach across the Middle East and North Africa.
“We look forward to continuing to develop our operations from our one-month old base in Alexandria to cover new cities, and will continue to offer unparalleled services, frequencies and value-for-money air travel to our customers,” he added.
Air Arabia is the Middle East and North Africa’s leading low-cost carrier that operates to 64 routes from three hubs in Sharjah, UAE; Casablanca, Morocco and Alexandria, Egypt. The airline recently announced plans of launching its fourth hub in Amman, and currently offers its services to Khartoum, Kuwait and Amman from Alexandria.
Air Arabia’s fleet consists of brand new Airbus A320 aircrafts, offering its passengers the best economy configuration in the market with a 32” seat pitch as well as all inclusive free baggage allowance. The carrier offers customers comfort, reliability, and value-for-money air travel.