Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Air Arabia to Increase Flights Frequency to India

The low-cost carrier, Air Arabia is amplifying its flight services to India. One of the popular low cost carriers among passengers across Middle East and North Africa, the airline will operate double daily flights from its prominent hub, Sharjah, UAE to Indian capital, Delhi.

The airline currently operates seven weekly flights between Delhi-Sharjah. Commencing from September 1, the airline will increase the flight frequency to fourteen per week.

The carrier hopes to offer convenient services to visit the vibrant city of Delhi.

As per the flights schedule given in the company’s press release, it will offer flights 14 times per week. Flights to India will depart Sharjah International Airport daily at 07:45 A.M. local time (LT) and 23:20 P.M. (LT). Return flights will take off from Delhi International Airport daily at 13:05 P.M. (LT) and 04:40 A.M. (LT).

Air Arabia started offering services to India connecting Delhi on 31st March 2008 and gained popularity among countless passengers. The country has become a key market for Air Arabia which is now serving 13 Indian cities from Sharjah.

The airline is the largest Middle Eastern carrier to serve India and one of the major air carriers to provide extensive network to passengers across GCC, Europe and Asia. The increased flight frequency will definitely benefit the international travellers in UAE, Asia, UK and rest of the Europe. With this, they will be able to choose from a plenty of connecting flight options for a seamless connectivity to India and beyond.

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