INDIA - SHARJAH FLIGHTS

Sharjah-New Delhi flights from Air Arabia

Cheap flights to Gulf from low-cost airline

31 March, 2008:

Sharjah-New Delhi flights from Air Arabia have started from April 1. The latest flights will be the 11th destination the Middle East airline will have in India. It already flies to 10 locations in India. Air Arabia said in a press release that the Sharjah-New Delhi flight makes it Middle East's leading airline flying to India.

Air Arabia is a low-cost airline, offering cheap flight tickets for Gulf travel. Air Arabia is based in UAE. With the latest flights launch, Air Arabia flies to 39 international locations so far.

Air Arabia said in a statement that its latest daily Sharjah-India flights will leave from Air Arabia's hub, Sharjah, at 9.55 AM local time and land in New Delhi at 2.30 PM. IST. The flight back to Sharjah will take off from New Delhi airport at 3.15 PM Indian time and arrive in Sharjah at 5 PM Sharjah time.

Air Arabia currently operates its flights services from Sharjah to Ahmedabad, Bangalore (Bengaluru), Chennai (Madras), Coimbatore, Jaipur, Kochi (Cochin), Kozhikode (Calicut), Mumbai (Bombay), Nagpur and Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) in India.

Tickets on the New Delhi-Sharjah sector can be booked on the airline's website www.airarabia.com. Travel can also be booked at travel agents' offices. Air Arabia did not announce the travel fares and ticket prices in the New Delhi-Sharjah sector.

Air Arabia's commercial department head AK Nizar said that the launch of the Sharjah-New Delhi flight demonstrated Air Arabia's commitment to the Indian market. "Our comprehensive Indian destination network now includes the country's leading financial, tourist and government centres. Combined with our network stretching across the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia, we are the leading airline linking these vibrant regions' economies and peoples," he said.

With its new flight launches, Air Arabia hopes to tap into the 1.4 million-strong Indian community which lives in UAE. Across all the Gulf countries, the expatriate Indian population is expected to be 5.5 million.

"Since introducing the low-cost airline concept to the Middle East and North Africa in October 2003, we have firmly established our leadership role in these vibrant markets. By continuing to provide regional travelers with the broadest geographic choices at the most competitive fares, Air Arabia demonstrates its commitment to making air travel accessible to everyone. The launch of service to New Delhi is in line with that larger vision," an Air Arabia statement said.

 

 

 

 
         
 

 

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