Air Arabia starts bus service for RAK passengers
Sharjah, July 19, 2010
Air Arabia, the leading low-cost carrier (LCC) in Mena, has launched a bus service for its passengers travelling from Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) to Sharjah International Airport.
The new service is aimed to enhance the convenience for passengers in terms of an alternative mode of transport to Sharjah International Airport.
The bus service will operate twice daily with the first one departing RAK at 9 am.
The service will help passengers with connections to flights leaving for Chittagong, Alexandria, Kathmandu, Jeddah, Kochi, and Sana’a.
The second bus departs RAK at 6 pm and will help passengers with connections to flights leaving for Bangalore, Calicut, Chennai, Delhi, Goa, Jaipur, Kochi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Colombo, IstanbulAssiut, and Damascus.
Passengers can board the bus from two pickup points, Air Arabia general sales agent office on Oman Road, Al Nakheel Street. Alternatively, they can board the bus from Al Hamra Mall.
“The launch of the bus service from RAK to Sharjah International Airport will be a great benefit for our passengers given the significant volume of passengers travelling on this route,” said the head of commercial department of Air Arabia’s Sharjah hub.
“This new service will directly address the challenges our customers were facing with regards to an affordable mode of transport with convenient timings and pickup points across RAK.” – TradeArabia News Service
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