Air Arabia adds three new routes [Archives:2005/839/Local News]

May 5 2005

Sharjah, UAE, 2 May 2005 – Air Arabia LLC, the Middle East region's first and only low-fares airline, announced three new destinations at a press conference held at their hub, Sharjah International Airport. Kabul will provide a vital link for an increase in trade and tourism to Afghanistan. Sharm El Sheikh and Luxor bring the total number of destinations the airline flies to in Egypt to four. The new routes highlight the carrier's aggressive expansion plans and further demonstrate market demand for affordable travel.

Air Arabia currently flies from Sharjah on nineteen different routes: ten flights weekly to Alexandria; daily to Bahrain, Beirut, Colombo, Damascus, Doha, Mumbai and Muscat; five days a week to Kuwait; four days a week to Dammam; three days a week to Khartoum and Aleppo; and two days a week to Assiut, Jeddah, Kabul, Riyadh, Luxor, Sana'a and Sharm El Sheikh.