Air Arabia launches new service to Baku

Air Arabia launches new service to Baku

Oct 24, 2016: Air Arabia has announced the expansion of its international route network with a new service to Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, following a joint cooperation between Air Arabia, Azerbaijan Airlines and local authorities.

Starting March 23, 2017, the airline will operate four weekly flights from its primary Sharjah International Airport hub. Baku recently strengthened its presence on the global arena after playing host to the European Grand Prix. The city has also been named a host for the Uefa Euro 2020 tournament.

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