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Updated June 27, 2022

  • Joe Breitfeller

Air Arabia to Showcase Latest Airbus A321neo-LR at Dubai Airshow 2021

Air Arabia will showcase their latest Airbus A321neo-LR, along with the latest innovation, technologies and cabin configuration at the 17th Dubai Airshow, which starts on Sunday, November 14th and runs through November 18, 2021.


Air Arabia Airbus A321neo-LR with Special Livery Commemorating the UAE's 50th Anniversary - Courtesy Air Arabia

On Friday (November 12, 2021), Air Arabia announced that they will display their latest Airbus A321neo-LR at the Dubai Airshow 2021, which starts on Sunday, November 14th and runs through November 18, 2021. Along with the aircraft, the carrier will showcase the latest innovation, technologies and cabin configuration at the airshow. Air Arabia has also unveiled a special livery on their Airbus A320 and A321neo-LR aircraft to celebrate the nation’s golden jubilee. The carrier's new long-range A321neo can accommodate 215 passengers and has been equipped with Air Arabia’s state-of-the-art cabin interior, wireless entertainment system ‘SkyTime’, and extra comfortable seats with a generous pitch.


In Friday’s announcement, Air Arabia Group’s Chief Executive Officer, Adel Ali, said,


“As the aviation sector is gearing up for a steady recovery, we are delighted to be part of the Dubai Airshow, a platform to highlight how our industry has addressed the challenges and is on a new flightpath to renewed growth. We will focus on highlighting our new technologies, innovations and state-of-the-art solutions that aim to further enhance the customer experience.”


Air Arabia is the Middle East and North Africa’s first and largest low-cost carrier (LCC). The airline recently celebrated 18 years of successful operations that transformed air travel in the MENA region. To mark the milestone, Air Arabia unveiled a new uniform program across all working groups which reflects the carrier’s modernity and youthfulness. The Dubai Airshow, now in its 17th edition, is one of the largest and most successful air shows in the world and connects aerospace professionals across all areas of the industry.



Source: Air Arabia