Air Arabia has announced three new destinations.
Kabul will provide a vital link for increase in trade and tourism to Afghanistan, while 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.
“This is a momentous occasion for our team,” said Adel Ali, CEO, Air Arabia. He added, “Whilst our routes have proven extremely popular for both business and leisure, the popularity of the resorts in and around Sharm El Sheikh and Luxor will allow holidaymakers the opportunity to take advantage of the value offered by Air Arabia. Our brand is becoming synonymous with value for money and soon we will further extend the savings we offer to people across the region when we launch Air Arabia Hotels.”
A one-way ticket from Sharjah to Kabul starts from Dh450 while fares to Sharm El Sheikh will start from Dh250 and to Luxor flights from Dh300.
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