Articles Tagged ‘SHJ’
Air Arabia commences services from Sharjah to Sialkot in Pakistan’s north-eastern Punjab, in competition with Shaheen Air and Pakistan International Airways.
Riyadh: International traffic more than doubles in a decade; new services from Shaheen Air and SpiceJet
Two new airlines – Shaheen Air and SpiceJet – were already welcomed to Riyadh Airport in 2013, adding four new routes to the airport’s offering. But with international traffic more than doubling up in size since 2002, the airport is now entering yet another decade of growth. New destinations for 2013 include Rome with Alitalia.
Air Arabia starts flying from its Sharjah base to Pristina in Kosovo, and to Basra in Iraq.
Air Arabia now flies from Sharjah in the UAE to Rostov and Kazan in Russia and Astana in Kazakhstan.
Orenair now flies from Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport in Siberia, Russia to Sharjah Airport near Dubai in the UAE.
Jet Airways now flies from Bombay in India to Sharjah in the UAE, and from Cochin to Bahrain and Kuwait City
Air Arabia now flies to Odessa in Ukraine and Erbil in Iraq from Sharjah, near Dubai in United Arab Emirates.
Air Arabia now flies from Sharjah in the UAE to Ufa and Kazan in Russia.
Traffic at the UAE’s three biggest airports has almost quadrupled in just 10 years. Which airport grew fastest in 2011 and how dominant are the main carriers at these airports? Which new routes have been launched in the last 12 months and which country market has seen growth of over 30%?
Air Arabia makes Taif its seventh destination in Saudi Arabia with introduction of three weekly flights.
Last week the United Arab Emirates had reason to celebrate, but how many passengers are its main airports handling, and by how much did traffic grow in 2010? How quickly is traffic growing in 2011, and which are the leading country markets for the nation’s airports as a whole? How dominant are Emirates, Etihad and […]
Yanbu in Saudi Arabia becomes Air Arabia’s 51st destination from Sharjah. Becomes second LCC after flydubai to serve Red Sea port.