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Air Arabia Wins Best Low Cost Carrier Award

Sharjah based airline Air Arabia won the 2009 World Airline Award for “Best Low Cost Airline in the Middle East”. The award is based on passenger surveys conducted by Skytrax Research.


Air Arabia is the first and biggest low cost carrier in the Middle East and has served more than 10 million passengers since it was launched in October 2003.  This is the third consecutive year the carrier has won the award for “Best Low Cost Airline in the Middle East.”  Air Arabia head of commercial said the prestigious award demonstrates Air Arabia’s consistent commitment to high quality customer service and all around excellence.  

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