Air Arabia launches first flight from Abu Dhabi to Kuwait
Air Arabia Aviation Group launched on Monday its first flight from Abu Dhabi International Airport in the UAE to Kuwait International Airport, with one flight on a daily basis. Deputy Director-General for Kuwait International Airport Affairs at the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Saleh Al-Faddaghi said in remarks to KUNA that the directorate is fully read to offer all possible facilities to all aviation companies desiring to operate flights or open new destinatons.
UAE Ambassador to Kuwait Dr. Matar Al Neyadi with the Deputy Director General for Kuwait International Airport Affairs in the General Directorate of Civil Aviation Saleh Al-Fadaghi during the inauguration ceremony.
The aviation companies are measuring the increasing demand by nationals and expatriates to open new destinations and operate flights, which would contribute to the spirit of competence between aviation companies, and play a key role in lowering the flight tickets’ prices, he added. UAE Ambassador to Kuwait Dr. Matar Al-Neyadi told KUNA that this new flight that connects Abu Dhabi International Airport and Kuwait International Airport will boost air transportation between the two brotherly countries.
This step contributes to enhancing the bilateral commercial and touristic exchange and boosting the cooperation between the two countries at all levels, he affirmed. Flying the first flight of Air Arabia from Abu Dhabi to Kuwait is considered a vital destination as part of a large network including other destinations of the company, Air Arabia Group chief executive officer (CEO) Adel Al-Ali said in press remarks. Direct flight were operated directly from Abu Dhabi to 28 destinations, including Lebanon, Egypt, Azerbaijan, India, Bangladesh, Turkey, Nepal, Sudan, Pakistan, Oman, Russia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Georgia, he added. Air Arabia is an Emirati low-cost airline with its head office in the A1 Building Sharjah Freight Center, Sharjah International Airport.