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Air Arabia triples Dammam frequency

Air Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa’s first and largest low cost carrier (LCC) announced the launch of additional daily flight to Dammam in Saudi Arabia. With the launch of the additional service, Air Arabia now operates three daily flights to the city of Dammam.

Effective 28 March 2012, the carrier will offer daily services to Dammam, departing Sharjah International Airport at 08:35, 17:40 and 21:45 and arriving at Dammam King Fahad Airport at 08:50, 17:55 and 22:00 respectively. Return flights will depart from Dammam at 09:30, 18:35 and 22:40 and arrive in Sharjah at 11:45, 20:50 and 00:55 respectively.

“At Air Arabia, we are dedicated to offering customers the widest choice of value for money services,” said Adel Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Air Arabia. “The Kingdom remains an important market for Air Arabia and we are proud to see Dammam services increased to three daily frequencies. Driven by commercial needs, Air Arabia will continue to further expand its network in the Kingdom and the region providing customers with a wider choice for value air travel.”

Air Arabia currently operates 51 weekly flights covering six destinations in the Kingdom. In addition to providing non-stop services to six cities in Saudi Arabia, the airline also offers a range of value-for-money ancillary services, including hotel accommodation and car rental assistance.

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