Air Arabia, the first and largest low-cost carrier in the Middle East and North Africa, is increasing the number of flights to Russia.
Now her planes from the base airport in the emirate of Sharjah will fly to Moscow's Domodedovo airport 5 times a week (3 flights a week today). This is stated in the official message of the company. The airline offers flights to Moscow on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. They will depart from Sharjah International Airport at 09.35 and arrive at Domodedovo Airport at 14.45. On the same day, return flights will depart from Moscow at 15.45 with arrival in Sharjah at 20.50. “We are very pleased to announce the expansion of relations between Sharjah and Moscow, which will provide residents of both cities with additional opportunities for travel and tourism,” said Ak Nizar, head of the commercial department of Air Arabia. “Since we started flights to Moscow in October 2011 years, we saw a great demand in this direction. We are confident that in the future tourist relations between the two cities will be strengthened. "
It is worth noting that Moscow with a population of 10.5 million people is the largest city in Russia, the center of the political and economic life of the country. A large number of Russians also live in the UAE, in addition, many residents of Russia are increasingly choosing the United Arab Emirates as a place to relax.