Air Arabia to start Yanbu flights
Sharjah, September 5, 2011
Leading budget carrier Air Arabia has announced plans to launch three weekly flights from its Sharjah hub to Saudi city of Yanbu starting from November 1.
The airline will take off from Sharjah on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 1pm and land at Yanbu airport at 3.45pm (local time). On return, the flight will leave Yanbu at 4.25pm and arrive in Sharjah at 8.30pm (local time).
“In July this year, Air Arabia started its flights to Saudi city of Gassim and today, we are extremely pleased to introduce our new service between Sharjah and Yanbu, which marks the sixth destination in Saudi Arabia reachable via Air Arabia,” said AK Nizar, head of Commercial Department at Air Arabia.
“Air Arabia customers now enjoy an ideal choice for air travel between the UAE and Saudi benefiting from value for money fares and wide spread of destinations with-in the Kingdom and beyond,” he added.
In addition to providing non-stop service to six cities in Saudi Arabia, the Sharjah carrier will also offer a range of value-for-money land arrangements, including hotel accommodation and car assistance.-TradeArabia News Service
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