LONDON – Air Arabia Abu Dhabi, the UAE capital’s first low-cost carrier, has announced the launch of its new route from Abu Dhabi to Moscow in Russia.
The new direct flights will connect Abu Dhabi International Airport to Moscow Domodedovo Airport with a frequency of five flights weekly, starting from November 18, 2022.
As part of its expansion plan, Air Arabia Abu Dhabi continues to add more connectivity to and from the capital city. Its fleet has also witnessed expansion, from just 2 Airbus A320 aircraft at inception to 8 new aircraft today.
The new route to Moscow marks the 27th destination that Air Arabia Abu Dhabi flies to. Currently the carrier is supporting flights to Egypt, Lebanon, Kuwait, Bahrain, Azerbaijan, India, Bangladesh, Turkey, Nepal, Sudan, Pakistan, Oman, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Georgia.
The growing network is served directly from the airline’s base at Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Air Arabia Abu Dhabi is continuously working on serving its passengers with exceptional quality, starting from its aircraft which is configured with 174 seats, providing passengers with added comfort with one of the most generous seat-pitches of any economy cabin.
The aircraft is also equipped with “SkyTime”, a free in-flight streaming service that will allows passengers to stream a wide selection of entertainment directly to their devices.
Network expansion and growth
As the United Arab Emirate’s first low-cost carrier, Air Arabia Abu Dhabi marked a major milestone last month – celebrating the carriage of its one millionth passenger at Abu Dhabi International Airport since it first launched its operation in July 2020.
Having only recently celebrated its second successful year of operations, Air Arabia Abu Dhabi has now flown over one million passengers on more than 8,000 flights out of its main hub in the UAE capital city airport.
This month will also see the inauguration of direct flights to Beirut and Kuwait. The airline will operate to Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport with a frequency of three flights weekly, starting from October 30. A daily return service to Kuwait International Airport is also set to commence at the end of the month, from October 31.
Since the start of its operations in July 2020, Air Arabia Abu Dhabi’s fleet has grown from just 2 Airbus A320 aircraft at launch to 8 new aircraft as of today.
Additional aircraft are expected to join the fleet before year end. The carrier currently serves a network of 27 routes, operating directly from Abu Dhabi International Airport.