Sharjah-based airline Air Arabia has announced it will begin a new seasonal route to Bodrum, Turkey next year.
The carrier will fly to Bodrum three times a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from June 13, 2018.
Flights will leave Sharjah International at 9:45pm and arrive at Bordum Milas Mugla International at 1:30am the next day.
The return trip will leave Bodrum at 2:10am and land in Sharjah at 7:35am.
“The addition of the new service to Bodrum reflects the healthy market for tourism and the common cultural ties that the two countries share with one another,” said Air Arabia group CEO Adel Al Ali.
“We are confident that our passengers will enjoy this flight to Bodrum, which adds another destination of choice to our network in the summer.”
Air Arabia flies 133 routes from its five global hubs in the Middle East and North Africa at Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Morocco, Egypt and Jordan.
The airline also announced it would begin flights to Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport from next year, earlier this week.