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Air Arabia launches service to Kazan

Posted 2 October 2012 · Add Comment

Air Arabia has announced that it has added its third destination in Russia with the launch of flights to Kazan. The new route is Air Arabia's fourth destination in Russia and will become the carrier's ninth destination in CIS and Russian Federation, as well as its 78th worldwide.

As part of its route expansion strategy in the Russian Federation and CIS region, Air Arabia also launches an additional weekly service to Yekaterinburg. With the launch of the additional services, Air Arabia will now operate more than 30 weekly flights to Russia and CIS region. 

The carrier has also introduced additional service Yekaterinburg. The additional service will complement Air Arabia’s existing twice weekly services to the city. 

“The launch of our non-stop service to Kazan is a continuation of Air Arabia’s promise to customer’s to expand its Eastern European presence and offer value for money fares to multiple destinations in the Russian Federation,” said Adel Ali, group chief executive officer, Air Arabia. “We have marked our expansion into Russia last October and with this new service, Air Arabia will further contribute to the ever strengthening social and economic ties between the UAE and Russia.”

 

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