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Air Arabia Egypt strengthens service to Kuwait and Riyadh by launching daily flights


25 November 2012

Air Arabia Egypt announced the expansion of services to Kuwait and Riyadh, from the carrier’s hub in Borj Al Arab International Airport, Alexandria, Egypt. Air Arabia Egypt four weekly flights are now increased to daily flights to both Kuwait and Riyadh, making it easier and more convenient for passengers travelling to these cities. 

Both services are operational effective today November 25, 2012. Roundtrip flights will operate daily between Alexandria and Kuwait, departing Alexandria-Borg Al Arab at 14:50 and arriving in Kuwait International Airport at 18:20. The return flights depart Kuwait at 19:00 and arrive in Alexandria-Borj Al Arab at 21:25.

Daily flights between Alexandria and Riyadh depart Borg Al Arab at 10:45 and arrive in Riyadh International Airport at 14:20. Return flights depart Riyadh at 15:00 and arriving in Alexandria at 17:15.  

“Air Arabia Egypt is proud to strengthen its operations to two key destinations in the GCC,” said Adel Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer. “We are confident that increased services to Kuwait and Riyadh will offer new options for affordable air travel for our passengers.  As Air Arabia Egypt continues its organic growth, we will continue to offer enormous choice for customers seeking to travel around the region.”

Two years after Air Arabia Egypt took off the skies, the airline continues to expand its operations and services by serving various cities from and into Egypt. 

Air Arabia Egypt’s fleet consists of the popular Airbus A320 aircraft, the world’s best selling commercial jetliner ever, offering Air Arabia Egypt passengers the best economy configuration in the market with a 32” seat pitch. The carrier offers customers comfort, reliability, and value for money air travel from and to Egypt.