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Air Arabia Egypt goes to Beirut

June 29 - Air Arabia Egypt announced yesterday the launch of its services to Beirut, (Lebanon) from its third hub in Alexandria starting July 1, 2010.


Roundtrip flights will operate four times a week between Burj Al Arab International Airport, Alexandria and Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport, Lebanon.


The LCC will fly to Beirut on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Flights depart Alexandria at 16:40 arriving in Beirut at 18:00 the same day, and return flights depart Beirut at 18:40, arriving in Alexandria at 20:00 the same day.


"We are pleased to announce the launch of our fourth destination from our most recent hub in Alexandria," said Adel Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Air Arabia. "This year, Air Arabia will continue to expand its reach across the Middle East and North Africa through all three hubs, offering its customers unparalleled low-cost travel solutions."

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