Air Arabia A320
Sharjah-based low-cost carrier Air Arabia has signed a strategic partnership with the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) of Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to become the emirate’s designated carrier following the demise of RAK Airways in January. RAK Airways, which operated a number of domestic and regional routes, suspended operations at the turn of the year, saying it would re-evaluate future options. The carrier was launched in 2007 but suspended operations in ...
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