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Abu Dhabi Airports welcomes new Air Arabia Abu Dhabi to Abu Dhabi International

Posted 16 October 2019 · Add Comment

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi will cater to the growing low-cost travel market through its hub in Abu Dhabi International Airport.

 

It is anticipated that the airline will greatly increase the number of destinations served from Abu Dhabi International Airport, offering new choices to passengers to travel directly to previously unserved destinations.  The new carrier will be based out of Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH).

Bryan Thompson, chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Etihad Aviation Group and Air Arabia to launch Abu Dhabi’s first low-cost carrier. The establishment Air Arabia Abu Dhabi, with its hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport, is a milestone in the continuing growth of Abu Dhabi’s aviation industry and the Emirate’s status as a global hub for business and leisure travellers.”

“Abu Dhabi is an incredible destination, with a wealth of cultural, historical, culinary and entertainment attractions, and we are confident in the incredible opportunities available to low-cost carriers interested in working with us to take advantage of our excellent connectivity throughout the Middle East, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas.” added Thompson.

 

 

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