Air Arabia Group reported its highest-ever profit, ending 2022 with a net profit of AED 1.222 billion. This outperforms 2019 when the airline produced an AED 1.008 billion net profit. It confirms that the carrier has solidly left behind the pandemic years. Air Arabia...
Pakistan’s newest airline, low-cost carrier Fly Jinnah, has been granted its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) and Air Operating License (AOL) by the Pakistani authorities. The airline, which is a joint venture between Air Arabia Group and business conglomerate firm...
Air Arabia plans to establish a new joint venture airline in Sudan, called Air Arabia Sudan. The airline has partnered with privately owned DAL Group to develop a low-cost carrier. It will announce details about its launch date and network at a later stage. Air Arabia...
Air Arabia and its subsidiaries produced a strong first six months of 2022, reporting a net profit and revenues that were tenfold those of the same period last year. Geopolitical issues and higher fuel costs had their effect, but the carrier still performed well....
Air Arabia’s latest subsidiary airline, Fly Arna of Armenia, is preparing to roll out plans in the coming weeks and to launch services later this spring. It is optimistic that it will receive an Airline Operator Certificate (AOC) in due course and source its first two...
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