On March 12, Air Arabia Abu Dhabi made its maiden flight to Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan, departing from the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
The new direct flights will connect Abu Dhabi International Airport and Queen Alia International Airport with a frequency of three flights per week.
Abu Dhabi Air Arabia now serves a total of 34 destinations, flying non-stop from Abu Dhabi International Airport to the subcontinent, GCC, Russia, Africa and Europe.
Air Arabia Group CEO Adel Al Ali said: “We are delighted to be launching Air Arabia’s first flight from Abu Dhabi to Amman and we thank our partners who contributed to this successful launch.
“Providing value to passengers through our network and contributing to their travel experience is at the top of our strategy.
“We are committed to serving leisure and business customers and promoting tourism in both countries.”
Maureen Bannerman, Chief Commercial Officer at Abu Dhabi Airports, said: “We are proud to see an increase in travel routes and airline options, this time with Air Arabia between Abu Dhabi and Amman. . We continue to expand our offerings to provide more options for guests departing from our airport, positioning Abu Dhabi International Airport as the airport of choice.”
Abu Dhabi Air Arabia serves 34 destinations with non-stop flights to the subcontinent, GCC, Russia, Africa and Europe from Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Today we celebrate the inaugural flight of Abu Dhabi Air Arabia to Amman. We look forward to welcoming our clients aboard to explore the vibrant city! #wherenext pic.twitter.com/RX978B67Xe
— Air Arabia (@airarabiagroup) March 12, 2023
Amman service flight details
The flight will depart Abu Dhabi at 1.20pm on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays and arrive in Amman at 3.55pm. It will depart Amman at 4.45pm and arrive in Abu Dhabi at 8.25pm.
Customers can book direct flights between the two cities by visiting Air Arabia’s website, calling a call center or through a travel agent.
launch other services
In other news, Abu Dhabi Air Arabia will launch direct flights to Baku, Azerbaijan later this year.
From 13 September 2023, the service will connect Abu Dhabi International Airport and Heydar Aliyev International Airport with 3 flights per week.
The airline plans to launch several new routes this year. From June this year, it will open direct flights to Baghdad and Erbil in Iraq.
read: Abu Dhabi Air Arabia launches direct flights to these Iraqi cities
Direct flights will connect Abu Dhabi International Airport with Baghdad International Airport and Erbil International Airport twice a week.
On Mondays and Thursdays, flight 3L 076 will depart Abu Dhabi at 10:35 am local time and land in Baghdad at 12:00 noon local time. Return flight 3L 077 will depart Baghdad on the same day at 12.40pm and land in the UAE capital at 4pm.
Flight 3L 088 will depart Abu Dhabi at 11.25pm on Tuesdays and Fridays and land in Erbil at 1.20am. Return flight 3L 089 will depart Erbil at 2am on Wednesday and Saturday and arrive in Abu Dhabi at 5.40am.
In February, the airline also announced that it would begin services to the Indian city of Kolkata on March 15.
The new flight between Abu Dhabi International Airport and Kolkata Airport operates three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
read: Abu Dhabi Air Arabia launches direct flight to Kolkata
Flight 3L 169 will depart Abu Dhabi at 2.25pm local time and arrive in Kolkata at 8.20pm local time. Return flight 3L 169 will depart the Indian city at 9.05pm and land in the UAE capital at 1.05am.
Abu Dhabi Air Arabia has expanded its route network to 28 destinations flying directly from Abu Dhabi International Airport, while the new service to Kolkata marks the It is the seventh Indian destination after Lang, Chennai, Mumbai and Ahmedabad.