First stand for Air Arabia at ATM

Air Arabia is participating in Arabian Travel Market for the third year and will greet customers at its own stand for the first time this year. Air Arabia is flying high in year three having announced a record profit of AED 32.1 million, following a break-even result last year; fleet growth of 8 aircraft in 2006 from 2 in 2003; 5 to 29 destinations since launch; highest aircraft utilisation and over 2 million passengers.

Customers can look forward to flying to four new destinations in May with the launch of Jaipur and Kochi (India), Kabul (Afghanistan) and now flights to Europe with the addition of Istanbul (Turkey). Air Arabia now flies to 29 destinations across the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, Europe and the Indian Subcontinent. So whether you are looking for a short holiday, a quick trip home to see friends and family or more value from your business trip, Air Arabia is your airline of choice.

Air Arabia’s Head of Sales, A.K. Nizar said,

“We look forward to being part of the largest travel and tourism exhibition in the Middle East and building strong relationships with regional partners to offer our customers more value. Air Arabia already has a strong network of over 900 travel agents and at ATM we look forward to adding more agents and partners to make ourselves more accessible to our customers.”

At Air Arabia’s open and accessible stand you can experience why more people choose to fly with us everyday! Visitors can look forward to special offers to book at our e-kiosks on the day; with Air Arabia’s online booking, payment and e-ticketing, air travel couldn’t be easier.

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Air Arabia is soon to launch great value holidays to give more and more people the opportunity to travel more often. Visit Air Arabia at ATM from 2nd to 5th May at the Dubai World Trade Centre, stand 5201, Hall 5.

Current Air Arabia destinations include Aleppo and Damascus (Syria); Alexandria, Assiut, Luxor and Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt); Aqaba and Amman (Jordan); Astana and Almaty (Kazakhstan); Bahrain; Beirut (Lebanon); Colombo (Sri Lanka); Dammam, Jeddah and Riyadh (KSA), Doha (Qatar); Khartoum (Sudan); Kuwait; Mumbai and Nagpur (India); Muscat (Oman); Sana’a (Yemen); Sharjah (UAE) and Tehran (Iran). In May, we will commence flights to Kabul (Afghanistan), Jaipur and Kochi (India) and to Europe with Istanbul (Turkey).
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