Air Arabia off to Sudan

The government of Sharjah's low cost airline will begin flights to Sudan from April.

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By  David Ingham Published  March 14, 2004

Air Arabia, the Gulf region’s first budget airline, is to begin flights to Khartoum from April. A one way ticket between Sharjah and the Sudanese capital will begin from Dhs299 before taxes, according to the company’s press release. “Sudan is the second North African destination for Air Arabia; our flights to Egypt (Alexandria and Assiut) were launched in January and we are continuing to address the rising demand of our customers for this part of the region,” said Adel Ali, Air Arabia’s CEO. “We are pleased to be able to cater to this demand and offer opportunities to travellers who are looking for competitive fares.” Flights will begin on Saturday April 3 and will depart from Sharjah every Tuesday and Saturday at 09:00am, arriving at 12:15 local time. The return flights leave at 13:00 on the same day with arrival in Sharjah at 17:50 local time. Khartoum will be the thirteenth city served by Air Arabia.

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