Air Arabia Abu Dhabi, the UAE capital’s first low-cost carrier, which launched on July 14, will introduce new direct services to Sudan and Bangladesh this month.
Flights to the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, take off tomorrow (Wednesday October 7) and to Bangladesh’s port city, Chattogram, on Sunday (October 11).
The Khartoum service is three times weekly, operating on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and the Chattogram service is twice weekly (Tuesday and Sunday). It’s the airline’s second destination in Bangladesh, with current flights connecting Abu Dhabi to Dhaka.
With the introduction of these two new services, Air Arabia Abu Dhabi now serves seven destinations.