“Air Arabia Abu Dhabi” launches new flights to Chattogram in Bangladesh

Sharjah 24 – WAM:
“Air Arabia Abu Dhabi” announced that it will add a new destination to its operations by operating direct flights between Abu Dhabi and Chattogram in Bangladesh, starting from October 25th.

“Air Arabia Abu Dhabi” offers this new service at a rate of two flights per week, providing customers with a new and convenient option, characterized by the value for money principle, to travel between the two countries.

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

Chattogram is the seventh destination for “Air Arabia Abu Dhabi”, since the airline launched flights from Abu Dhabi International Airport on July 14th.

Since the outbreak of the “Covid-19” epidemic, “Air Arabia” has been keen to update the customer experience, to include all safety measures that are consistent with the highest international standards.

Each cabin, within its entire fleet of aircraft, is equipped with a high-efficiency particulate filter system / HEPA / which helps to provide a healthier and safer interior environment during travel, and the company is always keen to remind customers of the need to comply with the conditions and measures required in the countries of departure and arrival.

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