AIR ARABIA TO INCREASE SERVICES IN 2011

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP January 25, 2011 15:05

AIR ARABIA TO INCREASE SERVICES IN 2011

Middle East low-cost carrier Air Arabia is planning to increase the number of routes it services from 67 to 75 by the end of 2011.

Adel Ali, CEO of the Sharjah-based airline said: “It’s a little bit complicated [at the moment], From Egypt, we’re launching a few routes, from Morocco, we’ll add a few, but in total the network will increase to 75 [destinations] by the end of the year.”

Air Arabia is scheduled to launch a new hub in Jordan in June, to add to its existing bases in Morocco, Egypt and Sharjah. The move is to meet the expected rise in passenger figures, projected for five million in 2010.

Air Arabia has 40 A320 aircraft on order from Airbus, six of which are scheduled for delivery in 2011.

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