Air Arabia expands in Pakistan

Air Arabia has announced its flights schedule for 2007 for its two new
destinations in Pakistan. Inaugural flights will take off in the 4th and 7th of March to Karachi
and Peshawar respectively.

Air Arabia Chief Executive Officer, Adel Ali said:

‘Air Arabia is proud to add Karachi and Peshawar to its
destinations. This step is part of our strategic commitment to offer
value for money service to the region. We are confident that adding
these two destinations can effectively cater to the large number of the
Pakistani community living out side of Pakistan and to offer an
alternative cost effective travel for customers in

Operations to Karachi start officially on the 4th of March with
frequency of three flights a week and departing Sharjah at 11:45 and
arriving Karachi at 14:35 local time. Flights depart Karachi at 15:20
and arrive Sharjah at 16:15. Frequency will increase to 4 flights per
week effective 3rd of April.

Operations to Peshawar start officially on the 7th of March with
frequency of two flights a week departing Sharjah at 12:40 and arriving
Peshawar at 17:00 local time. Flights depart Peshawar at 17:45 to arrive
Sharjah at 20:20. Frequency will increase to 3 flights per week
effective 3rd of April.


Current Air Arabia destinations include Aleppo, Damascus and Latakia
(Syria); Alexandria, Assiut and Luxor (Egypt); Amman (Jordan); Astana
and Almaty (Kazakhstan); Bahrain; Beirut (Lebanon); Colombo (Sri Lanka);
Dammam, Jeddah and Riyadh (KSA), Doha (Qatar); Istanbul (Turkey); Kabul
(Afghanistan); Kathmandu (Nepal); Khartoum (Sudan); Kuwait; Chennai,
Jaipur, Kochi, Mumbai, Nagpur and Thiruvananthapuram (India); Muscat
(Oman); Sana’a (Yemen); Sharjah (UAE); Tehran (Iran) and Yerevan