Airline

Air Arabia increases flights to Amman

June 16 - Sharjah’s low-cost carrier Air Arabia announced on Tuesday that it would offer additional flights to Amman, Damascus and Alexandria in June and July this year. The increase in flights is the result of growing demand for low-cost travel across the Middle East.


Additional flights to Amman will operate on June 21, June 26, June 29 and July 3. To Damascus, additional flights will begin on June 24, June 27, July 1 and July 4 and to Alexandria on June 21, June 23, June 28 and June 30.


"We are pleased to expand our service to Amman, Damascus and Alexandria this summer, in line with increased demand from our customers," said Sherif Attia, Chief Operating Officer of Air Arabia, Sharjah. “Air Arabia focuses on putting its customers' needs first, and our latest initiative to increase the frequency of service to popular destinations will surely enhance the level of convenience for our customers."

More Airline
Big jump in international passengers for Saudi Airlines
flydubai will fly to Tashkent from 11 March 2019
New Istanbul airport starts operations
Latest Travel News
flydubai will fly to Tashkent from 11 Ma...
ATM Dubai to launch Holiday Shopper on 2...
Agoda partners with Saudi Ministry of ...
Featured Sights To See
Museo de los Niños

Museo de los Niños

Caracas, Venezuela

Address: inside Parque Central Housed within a lively, colorful building inside the Parque Central area, the museum provides a healthy, colorful environment for children to learn and have fun at the same time. The main highlights of the museum consist of interesting interactive displays that explain the basics of science to kids in a way they are sure to remember, using colors, music, and ga...

Children’s Museum Frankfurt

Children’s Museum Frankfurt

Frankfurt, Germany

Housed within the Historic Museum of Frankfurt, this museum is designed to allow children to spend a few hours learning about the city and its culture. There are workshops that teach various crafts, as well as interactive exhibits and guided tours. Children are encouraged to touch, play with and ask about various objects as they learn about the historical significance of each.  Address: Haup...

Saint Bartholomew's Cathedral

Saint Bartholomew's Cathedral

Frankfurt, Germany

Saint Bartholomew’s Cathedral is the largest gothic cathedral in Frankfurt at 95 meters tall. First constructed in the 14th and 15th centuries, the cathedral has seen the crowning of the kings of the Holy Roman Empire and of German emperors. In 1867, it was destroyed by a fire and rebuilt, then suffered extensive damages during World War II, but was reconstructed again in the 1950s. Address: ...

Kasthamandap (Pavilion of the Wood)

Kasthamandap (Pavilion of the Wood)

Kathmandu, Nepal

A three-roof building that according to local lore was constructed in the 12th century from the wood of a single sal tree. It was first used as a community centre for the congregation of the people before major events. It was later converted into a temple dedicated to Gorakhnath a 13th century abstinent who was linked to the royal family. Currently the building houses an image of a god which is in...