Air Arabia launches service to Kazan

04 October 2012

Air Arabia adds more Russian destinations

Air Arabia, the low-cost carrier for the Middle East and North Africa, has launched flights to Kazan. It is the airline’s third Russian destination, with Air Arabia already flying to Moscow and Yekaterinburg.

As part of its continued Russian expansion, Air Arabia has also launched an additional weekly service to Yekaterinburg. In total, the airline operates more than 30 weekly flights to Russia and the CIS. It has a total of nine destinations in the CIS and Russian federation and 78 destinations worldwide.

The Sharjah-based airline launched its first flights to Russia in 2011. The airline is in the process of increasing its fleet, having taken delivery of an A320 in March, which forms part of a 44 aircraft order placed in 2007.

 

 

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