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Air Arabia Resumes Service Between Ras Al Khaimah and Egypt, Pakistan and Bangladesh
The Middle East and North Africa’s first and largest LCC will resume flights between Ras Al Khaimah International Airport in the UAE to four destinations in Egypt and Pakistan as well as new service to Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Today (October 14, 2020), Air Arabia announced the resumption of services from Ras Al Khaimah International Airport (RKT) in the United Arab Emirates. The carrier will resume flights to four destinations in Egypt and Pakistan and launch all new service to Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Flights to Cairo and Lahore will restart on October 15th, while service to Peshawar and Islamabad will resume on October 16th and 17th, respectively. Inaugural service between Ras Al Khaimah and Dhaka will start on October 16, 2020. Air Arabia guests can now book flights on the company’s website, call center or via travel agencies.
Recently, Air Arabia introduced complimentary COVID-19 insurance coverage which is automatically included in all bookings. The insurance is valid for 31 days from the date of departure and covers COVID-19 related medical expenses and Quarantine costs. Since the inset of the pandemic, Air Arabia has upgraded the guest journey with the highest international safety measures. All Air Arabia Aircraft are fitted with HEPA cabin filters which remove airborne particulates as the air is refreshed every two to three minutes. The carrier reminds all guests to remain apprised of the latest travel conditions and requirements for both their departure and destination countries.
Air Arabia operates a mix of scheduled, repatriation, charter and cargo flights across their hubs in the UAE, Morocco and Egypt. In July 2020, Air Arabia launched Air Arabia Abu Dhabi, the UAE capital’s first low-cost carrier (LCC) in cooperation with Etihad Airways. Air Arabia Abu Dhabi’s services complement those of Etihad Airways from Abu Dhabi by catering to the growing LCC market in the region.
Source: Air Arabia