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Exciting times ahead for Air Arabia
February 2006 18
Brand: Air Arabia Spokesman: Adel Ali, CEO

Outlook 2006
Air Arabia is adding three more aircraft this year, expanding our fleet from five to eight aircraft, all brand new Airbus A320 aircraft.

Having increased our destinations to 26 across 17 countries, we will fly to more destinations as well as develop new routes and destinations as we have done before.
We will continue to focus on the fundamentals of our business, great customer service, excellent punctuality and a wide range of easy ways to book Air Arabia. After two successful years, with financial break-even in our first year and a positive second year of operations we are forecasting another year of growth.
Air Arabia currently flies to Aleppo and Damascus (Syria), Alexandria, Assiut, Luxor and Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt), Aqaba and Amman (Jordan), Astana and Almaty (Kazakhstan), Bahrain, Beirut (Lebanon), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Dammam, Jeddah and Riyadh (KSA), Doha (Qatar), Khartoum (Sudan), Kuwait, Moscow (Russia), Mumbai and Nagpur (India), Muscat (Oman), Sana’a (Yemen) and Sharjah (UAE). The next destination we will fly to is Tehran (Iran), with more to come.

For the consumer
At Air Arabia we are constantly researching and delivering what our customers need and want. This year customers can look forward to the opportunity to fly to more exciting destinations, more accessible and easier ways to book, a new airport terminal as well as a new onboard product.
Sharjah Airport’s expansion will mean better service at the airport as well as greater speed of access and exit on arrivals and departure.




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