What is Air Arabia’s plan for 2005?
We will increase our fleet as we will add a fifth Airbus A320 in the first quarter of the year as well as increased destinations for our passengers to travel to.
We will continue with our plans to fly to India, Jordan and Pakistan as well as offer passengers added value – whether through promotions, partnerships, in-flight services or travel packages.
Is Air Arabia bullish about 2005? If yes, why?
Yes. On the whole, our first year of operations proved successful and, as the region’s first low-cost airline, we are looking forward to another year of growth. We carried over a half-a-million passengers during our first year of operations and we now offer over 60 flights a week to 15. Our endeavour is to offer more services and value to our passengers at guaranteed 20 to 50 per cent lower fares.
What can passengers look forward to in the new year?
For Air Arabia passengers, 2005 will bring increased opportunities for travel throughout the region and neighbouring countries, said Adel Ali, Air Arabia’s CEO. We will continue to offer affordable, convenient, reliable and safe travel for all.
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