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Air Arabia to launch Flights between Sharjah and Mumbai

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 17 March 2005

Air Arabia, a low cost airline based in the UAE, is to launch daily flights to Mumbai from Saturday 26 March 2005.

A one-way ticket from Sharjah to Mumbai starts from AED 249 - excluding government taxes and surcharges and similar return fares will also be available.

Flights will depart Sharjah International Airport daily at 16:40 and arrive in Mumbai at 21:00 local time. From Mumbai, flights will depart every day at 21:45 and arrive in Sharjah at 23:25 local time.

Air Arabia is using a new Airbus A320 on the route, which has a generous seat pitch of 34 inches. In addition, Air Arabia offers an in-flight entertainment system with both video and audio choices to passengers on short and long haul routes.

Adel Ali, Air Arabias CEO commented on the upcoming launch, By connecting India to our existing routes, we can now offer Indian nationals in the region the opportunity to travel more often at lower fares to India for business or leisure. We look forward to enabling Gulf residents and tourists that have not been able to afford air travel in the past to start travelling and those who do travel to do so more frequently.

Air Arabia is a Sharjah government owned airline currently flying from Sharjah ten times a week to Alexandria; daily to Bahrain, Beirut, Colombo, Doha and Muscat; five days a week to Damascus and Kuwait; four days a week to Dammam; three days a week to Khartoum and Aleppo; and two days a week to Assiut, Jeddah, Riyadh and Sanaa.

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