12
Mar
07

Air Arabia begins flights to two Pakistan cities

AIR Arabia, the first low-fare airline in the Middle East and North Africa, started its operations to Pakistan with two new destinations – Karachi and Peshawar.

“We at Air Arabia are proud to add Karachi and Peshawar to our destination map. This step is part of our strategic commitment to offer value-for-money service. We are confident that adding both destinations can effectively cater to a large number of Pakistani travellers and offer an alternative cost-effective to them.”
–  Air Arabia chief executive officer Adel Ali

Flights schedule to Karachi and Peshawar started earlier this week with two inaugural flights. The frequency of flights to Karachi is three flights a week, departing Sharjah at 11.45 and arriving Karachi at 14.35 local time. Flights depart Karachi at 15.20 and arrive Sharjah at 16.15.

Frequency of flights to Peshawar is two flights a week departing Sharjah at 12.40 and arriving Peshawar at 17 local time. Flights depart Peshawar at 17.45 to arrive Sharjah at 20.20.

Frequency of flights to Karachi and Peshawar will increase from April this year.

Source: Gulf Times

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