Air Arabia adds Qabala to its Azerbaijan network

Qabala will serve as the airline's second destination in Azerbaijan
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The flights to Qabala will operate Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, departing at 13:00 hours and arriving at Qabala International Airport (GBB) at 016:10 hours local time. The return flight is then scheduled to depart at 17:15 hours, landing in Sharjah at 19:50 hours local time.
The flights to Qabala will operate Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, departing at 13:00 hours and arriving at Qabala International Airport (GBB) at 016:10 hours local time. The return flight is then scheduled to depart at 17:15 hours, landing in Sharjah at 19:50 hours local time.

Air Arabia has opened a new route in Azerbaijan that will see launch of new flights, three times a week from Sharjah International Airport. Serving as the airline’s second destination in Azerbaijan, flights to Qabala are set to kick off from the 27 June 2018.

The flights to Qabala will operate Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, departing at 13:00 hours and arriving at Qabala International Airport (GBB) at 016:10 hours local time. The return flight is then scheduled to depart at 17:15 hours, landing in Sharjah at 19:50 hours local time.

Adel Al Ali, Group CEO of Air Arabia said: “Qabala is a sought-after destination and is highly appealing to people in the Gulf region. The city presents a different side to the country, and is full of history. Our flights to Qabala increase the offering of affordable travel to passengers in the Gulf and Azerbaijan, and boost our network in the Caucasus region.”

Qabala joins Baku as one of two Azerbaijan destinations currently served by Air Arabia. To date, Air Arabia operates flights to 133 routes globally from five hubs in the Middle East and North Africa.

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