Air Arabia flies to Kabul

Launching its second new destination this month, Air Arabia LLC, made its first flight to Kabul on Thursday 4th May, in a landmark event for Afghanistan.
The delegation led by Air Arabia’s Chairman and CEO and accompanied by senior officials, media, invitees and passengers was welcomed in Kabul by the Afghanistan Minister of Transport His Excellency Mr. Enaytullah Qasimi.

Air Arabia’s Chairman, Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Thani said on the occasion,

“Air Arabia is delighted to commence flights to Kabul today. We will continue to link to more new destinations and give more and more people better options to travel across this region. We look forward to developing stronger links between UAE and Afghanistan and especially to help to rebuild the economy with increased business and leisure travellers to Kabul.’

As a low fares airline, Air Arabia is committed to offering consistently low fares to customers across all its destinations to give more and more people the opportunity to travel. Those who travel once or twice a year can now afford to travel more often and there are actually many people who will be able to afford to travel by air for the first time. Air Arabia’s fare structure is based on supply and demand therefore booking early will allow customers to take advantage of the lowest available fares.

Air Arabia offers travellers to and from Kabul the very best in customer comfort with brand new Airbus A320 aircraft. The airline’s current fleet of 6 aircraft will grow to 8 by the end of 2006. Enjoy excellent legroom and service from our caring and friendly in-flight crew. On board, Air Arabia offers an excellent but affordable selection of food and drinks, in-flight entertainment and duty free sales.


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; Kochi, Mumbai and Nagpur (India); Muscat (Oman); Sana’a (Yemen); Sharjah (UAE) and Tehran (Iran). Later this month, we will commence flights to another destination in India, Jaipur and our first destination in Europe, Istanbul.