Air Arabia to launch new service to Milan from December
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Air Arabia announces launch of new service to Milan

Air Arabia announces launch of new service to Milan

Air Arabia customers can travel from Sharjah to Milan Bergamo Airport on four weekly flights starting from December 7

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Air Arabia launches flights to Milan

Sharjah-based budget carrier Air Arabia has announced the launch of direct flights from Sharjah to Milan in Italy.

The new direct flights will connect Sharjah International Airport with Milan Bergamo Airport with four weekly flights starting from December 7.

The flight will depart Sharjah on Wednesday and Sunday at 6.45am and land in Milan at 10.45am. The flight will depart Milan at 11.45am and land at Sharjah at 9pm.

Flights on Monday and Thursday will depart Sharjah at 9.55pm and land at 1.55am in Milan. Flights from Milan to Sharjah on Tuesday and Friday will take off from Milan at 2.55am and land in Sharjah at 12.10pm.

Adel Al Ali, group CEO, Air Arabia said: “Milan is the latest addition to our growing network from Sharjah and provides our customer base in the UAE and beyond with the opportunity to travel to Italy with our renowned value driven product.

“The launch of Air Arabia’s direct flights to Milan reaffirms our commitment to continuously offer our customers new destinations to discover while providing them with affordable and value driven air travel. We look forward to the start of the flights to Milan and to welcome our customers to explore this marvelous city.”

Customers can now book their direct flights between Sharjah and Milan on the airline’s website, through the call center or travel agencies.

in recent news, Air Arabia reported a net profit of Dhs451m for the first six months ending June 30, compared to Dhs44m registered in H1 2021. In the same period, the airline posted a turnover of Dhs2.24bn, a 110 per cent increase compared to H1 last year.

More than 5.2 million passengers flew with Air Arabia between January and June 2022 across the carrier’s five hubs, an increase of 131 per cent compared to the same period last year.

Read: Air Arabia reports net profit of Dhs451m in H1 2022

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