“Air Arabia Abu Dhabi” flies new flights to Bangladesh

Abu Dhabi – Mubasher: Air Arabia Abu Dhabi, the first low-cost low-cost carrier, announced the addition of a new destination to its operations, by operating direct flights between Abu Dhabi and Chattogram in Bangladesh, starting from October 25, 2020.

According to a press release issued by the company today, Tuesday, Air Arabia Abu Dhabi offers this new service at the rate of two flights per week.

Chattogram joins Air Arabia Abu Dhabi’s growing network of destinations in Bangladesh, which currently includes a direct flight connecting Abu Dhabi to Dhaka.

Chattogram represents Air Arabia’s seventh destination since the airline launched flights from Abu Dhabi International Airport on July 14, 2020.

It is noteworthy that “Air Arabia Abu Dhabi” is the result of an agreement between “Etihad Airways” and “Air Arabia”, to establish the first low-cost airline in the capital, Abu Dhabi, in line with the business model of “Air Arabia” for low-cost travel services.

It complements the services provided by “Etihad Airways” from Abu Dhabi, to meet the growing demand in the region for low-cost air travel.

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