The UAE-based carrier will fly to Baghdad and Erbil from 22 June
Air Arabia Abu Dhabi has announced the launch of its two new routes from Abu Dhabi in the UAE to Baghdad and Erbil in Iraq.
The new direct flights will connect Abu Dhabi International Airport to both Baghdad International Airport and Erbil International Airport with a frequency of two flights per week starting from 22 June 2023.
Air Arabia group chief executive officer Adel Al Ali said: “We are pleased to launch Air Arabia Abu Dhabi’s first flights to Baghdad and Erbil in Iraq to further expand our growing route network from UAE’s capital.
"This new route underpins our commitment towards both leisure and business travellers while providing them with more travel experiences and value-added offerings across its network. At Air Arabia, we are committed to continue the expansion of our connectivity in Abu Dhabi to positively contribute to the UAE’s travel and tourism sector.”
The airline will fly an Airbus A320 on the routes on Wednesday and Saturday with timings to be confirmed closer to the launch.
Air Arabia operates a total fleet of 68 Airbus A320 and A321 neo-LR aircraft, serving a total of 31 destinations directly from Abu Dhabi International Airport.
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