Shahzad Qureshi (February 20, 2015)
The airline will begin flights from its hub in Ras Al Khaimah to Doha, which is Qatar’s capital city. Adel Ali, group CEO of Air Arabia said that the introduction of new flights reflects airline’s strategic goals to enhance connectivity to and from the Northern Emirates. He expressed confidence in the launch of routes due to the popularity of Ras Al Khaimah as one of the region’s most appealing destination for tourists and business travelers.
Air Arabia will be flying to Doha four times a week from the 22nd of February, which will take its total flights from its Ras Al Khaima hub to nine. Flights taking off from Doha will departure from Ras Al Khaima international Airport on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. As part of its strategy to expand operation in northern emirate, Air Arabia launched direct flights to Cairo, Muscat, Islamabad, Peshawar, Lahore, Dhaka, Chittagong and Jeddah.
“We look forward to launching new routes to customers over the course of 2015 as Air Arabia continues on its growth trajectory.” added Adel Ali.
In addition to the newly launched flights, the airline operates from four other international hubs including Sharjah, Morocco, Jordan and Egypt.
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