Airline

Air Arabia increases Kiev flights to daily

Air Arabia, the first and largest low-cost carrier (LCC) in the Middle East and North Africa, announced today the expansion of its service to Kiev, Ukraine from the carrier’s primary hub in Sharjah, UAE. From April 1, Air Arabia will offer daily flights to Ukraine’s capital city.

Air Arabia currently operates five direct flights per week between Sharjah and Kiev. From the start of April, daily flights will depart Sharjah International Airport at 10.00AM arriving in Ukraine at 14.00PM. Return flights depart Kiev Borispol Airport daily at 14.55PM arriving in the UAE at 20.45PM. 

AK Nizar, Head of Commercial Department, Air Arabia, said: “As cultural and economic ties between the Ukraine and UAE continue to strengthen, we have seen an appeal for low cost travel options between the two countries. By flying daily between Sharjah and Kiev, Air Arabia is giving business and leisure customers even more flexibility in how they choose to travel.”

A city of three million people, Kiev is an important centre of commerce, culture and education. Since beginning flights between the UAE and Ukraine in October 2008, the route has seen significant growth in demand by business and leisure travellers seeking value for money travel services.

Further details about the increased services are available on Air Arabia website.

More Airline
Emirates urging travelers to come early to avoid rush at Dubai Airport
Etihad Airways National Day takeover of Nasdaq Tower at Times Square
Football legend Rio Ferdinand promotes Dubai Fitness Challenge
Latest Travel News
Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai, will be clo...
Etihad Airways National Day takeover of ...
World’s longest urban zipline launches i...
Featured Sights To See
The Coliseum (Colosseum)

The Coliseum (Colosseum)

Rome, Italy

Undoubtedly the symbol of Rome, this magnificent ruin is indelibly linked to the past glory of the Roman Empire, and its subsequent decay and fall. It takes its name from the giant statue of the emperor Nero that once stood near this location. The amphitheatre was a project started by the emperor Vespasian in 72 CE and completed during his son Titus’ reign, seven years later. Not only is it imp...

Golestan Palace and Gardens

Golestan Palace and Gardens

Tehran, Iran

is a beautiful complex of monuments built by the Qajar ruler Nasser al-Din Shah in the Imam Khomeini Square area. Also known as the palace of Roses, it houses some of Iran’s oldest buildings; serving primarily as a museum and home to ancient artefacts. There are several museums in the complex, and tickets must be bought for each separately. The marble throne verandah, Shams-Al Emarat (the palace o...

Number 29 Georgian House Museum

Number 29 Georgian House Museum

Dublin, Ireland

The Georgian House Museum is located at 29 Fitzwilliam Street, hence the name.  The stately Georgian townhouse was built towards the end of the nineteenth century.  Its first occupant was one Mrs. Olivia Beatty, the focus of the museum.  She was a young widow, able to afford the mansion thanks to the estate of her deceased husband.  The house was eventually sold and changed ha...

Hala Sultan Tekke

Hala Sultan Tekke

Larnaca, Cyprus

Believed to be the site of the grave of Umm Haram, the wife of Ubada bin al-Samit, Hala Sultan Tekke is a prominent shrine for Muslims. The tombs were discovered around the 18th century, and have attracted lots of visitors since. The grave and tomb has now been transformed into a magnificent mosque on its premises, with an extensive octagonal fountain structure next to it. The site is visited by t...