Air Arabia expands network with new A320
Air Arabia received its new Airbus A320 aircraft recently – bringing the fleet to five aircraft.
The new A320 aircraft, state-of-the-art and top in its class, started operations at the end of January further enabling the low-cost airline to service customers throughout the Middle East, North Africa and Indian subcontinent with its current destination list of 11 countries and 15 destinations.
Air Arabia’s new aircraft offers the latest in customer comfort with the largest seat pitch in the market – that of 34 inches – in comparison to 29 and at the most 31 inches offered on most regional airlines. The preferred choice in the single-aisle market, known for its wide seats, aisles and overhead stowage that holds 10 per cent more carry-on baggage, as well as the technological innovation that brings enhanced performance and reliability, Air Arabia’s A320 will also provide passengers the option of in-flight entertainment with a selection of audio and video channels on both short and long haul flights. Spacious, airy and appealing – that is the opinion of the passengers who have regularly voted the A320 family into the top spot for comfort in the single-aisle airliner category.
“This latest addition to our fleet will allow us to continue to offer Air Arabia customers a superior flight experience,” said Adel Ali, Air Arabia’s CEO. “From cabin comfort, technology and efficiency, the A320 class of aircraft are renowned for setting standards. The passenger comes first and will continue to experience a superior flying experience with us.”
Air Arabia currently flying from Sharjah ten times a week to Alexandria; daily to Bahrain, Beirut, Committed to enabling customers who have not been able to afford air travel in the past to start travelling throughout the region and those who do travel to travel more frequently, Air Arabia offers tremendous opportunities to travellers who are looking for competitive fares. It aims to make air travel more convenient and frequent, while providing the lowest fares in the market without sacrificing the standards of safety, quality or service offered.