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Air Arabia Abu Dhabi to add services to two more cities starting August 7

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi to add services to two more cities starting August 7

The low-cost carrier will fly to Kabul thrice a week and to Dhaka twice a week

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Air Arabia Abu Dhabi has announced that it will introduce flights to Kabul in Afghanistan and Dhaka in Bangladesh beginning August 7.

The low-cost carrier will fly to Kabul from Abu Dhabi thrice a week on Friday, Sunday and Wednesday and to Dhaka twice a week on Friday and Wednesday.

The average price for a one-way flight from the UAE to Kabul begins from approximately Dhs850, while the average starting price for flights to Dhaka are Dhs1,300.

On July 14, the low-cost carrier undertook its inaugural flight to Alexandria in Egypt. The following day it flew to Sohag.

Read: UAE’s new low-cost airline Air Arabia Abu Dhabi operates its inaugural flight

With the introduction of the two new destinations, its network will expand to four cities by the end of this week.

The new airline – the UAE’s fifth – was formed following an agreement by Etihad Airways and Air Arabia to establish an independent joint venture company that will operate as a low-cost passenger airline with Abu Dhabi International Airport as its hub.

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi has started operations with two Airbus A320 aircraft based in Abu Dhabi International Airport, offering the same products and services provided by Air Arabia.

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