In an effort to enhance the customer experience and offer more convenient travel for passengers, Air Arabia LLC - UAE's national airline and first low-cost airline of its kind in the Middle East & North Africa region - introduces its new flight schedule effective from 11 February 2004.
'In response to increasing demand, our new timetable incorporates changes such as increased days of operation to some destinations and changes in times of others, while continuing to offer passengers greater convenience and flexibility when travelling,' said Ali Fairooz, Air Arabia's Sales & Marketing Director.
He added: 'For example, flights to Bahrain now depart nightly at 18:55, Muscat flights have increased from four to five days a week - departing Sharjah at 07:00 and days of operation to Assiut are now Wednesday and Friday. Also, included in our new schedule will be our latest destination additions - flights to Tehran and Shiraz.'
Air Arabia 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 and Tehran three times a week. Flights to Shiraz start today and will fly from Sharjah twice a week.