Air Arabia Egypt has announced the launch of new flights from his home base that connects Egypt with both Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
Operating twice a week, every Sunday and Wednesday, the one-hour Sharm El Sheikh to Amman flight will depart Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport at 11:45 hours on Sundays and 19:30 hours local time on Wednesdays. It will arrive at Queen Alia International Airport at 12:45 hours and at 20:30 hours local time, respectively.
Adel Al Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Air Arabia, said: “This new route is the latest edition to our growing network from Egypt and will enable our customers to discover the amazing lifestyle experiences that both cities offer.
“Intra-regional tourism in the Arab world is a growing segment of the travel industry and we are glad to contribute to this growth through the launch of affordable and value-driven direct flights”.
The second new route, which connects Sohag International Airport and King Khalid International Airport, will operate twice a week, departing on Fridays and Sundays.
Departing from Sohag on Friday at 02:15 hours and on Sundays at 11:00 hours. Both flights will land in Riyadh at05:20 hours and at 14:05 hours local time, respectively.
Adding his viewpoint on the new route between Egypt and Saudi Arabia, Ali shared:
“Egypt and Saudi Arabia remain key markets of growth and we are glad to connect more cities between both countries through the launch of this direct service connecting Sohag and Riyadh.
“We look forward to welcoming customers who will now benefit from this direct service while offering convenient and affordable services to travellers from both cities.
To date, Air Arabia oversees more than 155 routes across the globe from four hubs based in the Middle East and North Africa.