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Air Arabia announced strong financial results for the first half ending June 30.

Air Arabia announced the introduction of its new European destination, Prague in Czech Republic, direct from Sharjah, UAE.

Air Arabia, one of the largest low-cost carriers, announced it has taken delivery of two new Airbus A320 aircraft bringing its total operating fleet to 53 aircraft.

As part of its route expansion strategy, Air Arabia Egypt has launched a new direct route linking Sohag, also known as Sawhāj, to Kuwait.

UAE low-cost carrier, Air Arabia, announced that its subsidiary Air Arabia Egypt launched a new direct route linking Sohag, Egypt to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on March 20.

Air Arabia announced its full-year financial results for 2017, revealing that its profit for the full year ending December 31, 2017 was AED 662 million (USD180.2 million), a 30 percent increase compared to 2016. Turnover for 2017 was in line with the preceding 12 months reaching AED 3.74 billion (USD1,01 billion).

Air Arabia announced that Asmara will become its first destination in Eritrea, starting from December 10.

Inaugurating its operations centre in Agadir, Air Arabia Maroc has linked Agadir Airport to seven new European destinations, with a total of 14 weekly flights.

Inaugurating its operations centre in Agadir, Air Arabia Maroc has linked Agadir Airport to seven new European destinations, with a total of 14 weekly flights.

As part of its continuous fleet expansion strategy, Air Arabia recently announced the launch of a new A320-200 aircraft which brings the airlines’ total amount of A320s to 37, as recorded by the CAPA Fleet Database. Meanwhile the carrier is awaiting the delivery of three additional jets of the same type.