Articles Tagged ‘Air Arabia’
Air Arabia makes its second destination in Bangladesh, after Dhaka, Chittagong, from its Ras Al Khaimah base.
While Emirates received its 50th A380 from Airbus, the European manufacturer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the delivery race by 48 units. In addition, the American producer handed over its second 787-9 to All Nippon Airways in July.
Air Arabia makes Antalya its second Turkish destination after Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen.
If Dubai didn’t have to do some major runway maintenance work this summer, UAE airports might have handled over 100 million passengers this year, after growing by 14% last year to over 91 million. We reveal which are the fastest-growing major country markets from the UAE and which new services have been started by the […]
Air Arabia seizes the opportunity at Ras Al Khaimah, launching seven routes following the demise of RAK Airways.
Air Arabia has opened its second base in the UAE less than 60 kilometres from its main base at Sharjah. We examine the airline’s planned operational schedule, and investigate how much competition the new routes from Ras Al Khaimah will face from nearby Sharjah and Dubai.
Boeing delivers more units than Airbus for the third month in a row; Air Arabia receives 6000th A320 aircraft
While the 6000th A320 family aircraft was delivered in March, Airbus will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with its American counterpart, as Boeing is now leading the 2014 delivery race by 20 units.
Air Arabia makes Shymkent its third network point in Kazakhstan, after Almaty and Astana.
Air Arabia expands its Sharjah base with thrice-weekly Cairo operations, its fourth route to Egypt.
The Middle East’s first low cost turns 10. Aiming “to serve all the Arab world from the Atlantic to Indian Ocean” we look at its longest and shortest sectors.
Air Arabia now serves 87 destinations. Now serves Hofuf from Sharjah with four weekly flights.
World LCC route launches: Ryanair +200; over half of Indonesia AirAsia’s network new; Interjet drops no routes
It’s time for anna.aero’s annual network analysis of 32 of the world’s biggest LCCs to see which have started (and stopped) the most routes in the last 12 months. Ryanair retains the number one position in two categories, and every LCC analysed (except one) dropped at least one route in the last 12 months.