Air Arabia is the largest and first Low Cost Carrier (LCC) in the Middle-East and North Africa region. The airline is committed to providing unsurpassed comfort, reliability and economy on Air Arabia flights. Around 82 different destinations are covered under the flight schedule of the airline. With a catchy and effective punch line, 'Pay Less. Fly More.', Air Arabia promises to provide value for money to its passengers. The airline won the prestigious 'Corporate Social Responsibility Award' in 2012 at 2012 Aviation Business Awards held in Dubai. This award was presented to the carrier in recognition of its contribution to improve livelihoods in rural communities under its 'Charity Cloud Initiative'. Air Arabia was among first companies in the region to have launched a sustainable CSR program with the 'Charity Cloud' project. The initiative was launched in the year 2005 in collaboration with the Sharjah Charity International. In 2012, the airline also introduced its state-of-the-art mobile website, which adds to the convenience of the passengers by providing travel information on-the-go. The new mobile website also facilitates online booking of air tickets at reasonable air fare. A pioneer in using latest technologies, Air Arabia also launched an advanced online check-in for its passengers making air travel more convenient for them.less
Air Arabia has three hubs at Sharjah, Alexandria and Casablanca, which gives it an easy access to various international destinations. In Saudi Arabia, the airline operates in cities like Dammam, Yanbu, Riyadh, Medina and Jeddah. Moreover, Air Arabia flights are also available for Assiut, Sohaj and Luxor in Egypt. The carrier also flies to Tangier, Nador, Fez and Marrakech in Morocco. There are regular and frequent flights operating to Indian cities like Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Nagpur, Mumbai, Goa, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bengaluru, to name a few. Air Arabia also offers air tickets to Dhaka and Chittagong in Bangladesh and Peshawar and Sialkot in Pakistan, at low air fare. The passengers on-board are served by a dedicated and courteous crew, which makes sure that they have a comfortable flight. Air Arabia also has a schedule of flights operating to European destinations, such as London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Barcelona, Madrid, Lyon and Venice, to list a few. The airline flies to Ukraine with frequent flights, serving cities of Kiev, Kharkov, Donestk and Odessa. Other international destinations served by Air Arabia include Moscow, Kazan, Astana, Almaty, Ufa, Kabul, Tehran, Shiraz and Colombo, among many others. The airline lets users book tickets to any destination from any location in the world with its convenient online booking facility.Less
Air Arabia Fleet
Air Arabia's fleet, as of today, consists of 20 Airbus A 320-214 aircrafts with a capacity of 162 persons per craft. Additional orders for another 44 planes have been made by the company.
Air Arabia Baggage Allowance
According to Air Arabia Baggage rule policy a standard size bag with a linear length of maximum 160 cms is allowed for free check-in. Luggage restrictions as per Air Arabia Cabin Baggage policy have limited the number of bags that can be carried inside the cabin to just one. In addition to this one personal item such as a laptop or a briefcase can be carried inside the cabin as well. Baggage rules also prohibit the use of items such as firearms, cigarette lighters and flammable goods on board.
Air Arabia Awards & Recognition
1.Air Arabia was named the 'Best Low-Cost Airline' at the Middle East Business Traveller Awards. (2010)
2.Air Arabia's CEO, Adel Ali was hailed as the 'Airline CEO of the Year' by a leading business magazine in the Middle East, Middle East Aviation Business magazine. (2009)
History about Air Arabia
Established on 3 of February, in the year 2003 as a result of an Amiri decree by Dr. Sultan bin Mohamed Al-Qasimi, who is the Ruler of Sharjah and also a member of the Supreme Council of the United Arab Emirates, Air Arabia became the first low cost carrier in the region. With operations commencing on 28 October 2003, the first Air Arabia flight took off from Sharjah to Bahrain International Airport. The airline has stayed profitable from the very first year of being in business. Air Arabia went public in 2007 when it issued 55% of its stock to the public.