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Air Arabia receives 'Outstanding Achievement' award

Posted 11 December 2017 · Add Comment

Air Arabia has received the 'Outstanding Achievement Award' by the Aviation Achievement Awards, at this year's Aviation Annual Gala Evening 2017.


The award is a recognition of the carrier’s robust performance over the last 12 months where it continued to expand and maintained a steady growth throughout the year. Air Arabia was also acknowledged for the humanitarian causes that it has been supporting through ‘Charity Cloud’, its award-winning corporate social responsibility initiative.

Adel Al Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer of Air Arabia said: “This award is a testament to the growth path of Air Arabia, and the efforts of our team across the board. We are proud to be the recipient of this prestigious award, and are committed to enhancing our services and keep raising the bar for affordable travel in the region.”

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