Air Arabia, a Sharjah-based low cost airline, is launch flights between Sharjah and Nagpur in Maharashtra, India. Mr. Praful Patel, Indian Minister Civil Aviation said, “We are delighted to announce that Air Arabia will be the 1st international airline to start services to Nagpur”.
Commenting on the developments, Adel Ali, Air Arabia’s CEO said, “The Gulf-India market is important to us and we are pleased to be part of the expansion and development of this market. We are continuing in our strategy to open new routes and especially those that are underserved internationally like Nagpur.”
Air Arabia will start operations to Nagpur three times a week in the second half of October to help people travelling home for Eid.
The airline currently flies from Sharjah to eighteen destinations: fourteen flights weekly to Alexandria; nine flights a week to Beirut; daily to Bahrain, Colombo, Damascus, Doha, Mumbai and Muscat; six days a week to Kuwait; four days a week to Dammam, Jeddah and Riyadh; three days a week to Khartoum and Aleppo; and two days a week to Assiut, Luxor, Sana’a and Sharm El Sheikh.