Air Arabia Abu Dhabi, the capital’s first low-cost airline, has announced the launch of its new route from Abu Dhabi to Beirut in Lebanon.
The new direct flights will connect Abu Dhabi International Airport to Rafic Hariri International Airport in Beirut with a frequency of three weekly flights, starting October 30, 2022.
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Adel Al Ali, Group Managing Director of Air Arabia, said: “We are delighted to add Beirut to Air Arabia Abu Dhabi’s growing network of direct flights. The new service reaffirms our commitment to continuously provide our customers with a wider choice of affordable air travel, while contributing to the growth of Abu Dhabi’s travel and tourism sector with increasing direct connectivity to and from the capital.
The new route to Lebanon is the 25th destination served by Air Arabia Abu Dhabi after Egypt, Bahrain, Azerbaijan, India, Bangladesh, Turkey, Nepal, Sudan, Pakistan, Oman, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Georgia served directly from Abu Dhabi International Airport.
The carrier is continuing its expansion plan, with a growing fleet of just two Airbus A320s at launch to eight new aircraft today.
Air Arabia Abu Dhabi operates the Airbus A320-200, the world’s most modern and best-selling single-aisle aircraft. The aircraft is configured with 174 seats and therefore offers additional comfort with one of the most generous seat locations of any economy cabin.
The aircraft is also equipped with “SkyTime”, a free in-flight streaming service that will allow passengers to stream a wide selection of entertainment directly to their devices.
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