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Air Arabia offers holiday fares to Egypt, Greece

April 13, 2009 19:56 IST

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No-frill Gulf carrier Air Arabia on Monday special holiday fares from India to Egypt, Greece, Turkey and Jordan for the up coming holiday season to attract woo domestic travellers.

Several international carriers, including Air India, Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines have already launched promotional fares for the summer season to various places in the Gulf, Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States.

On its part, Air Arabia announced low fare of Rs 18,525 to Egypt, Rs 23,085 to Turkey, Rs 19,950 to Jordan and Rs 22,088 to Kenya. It would launch services to Athens from April 21 and is offering a special return fare of Rs 25,223 to travellers from India.

While all fares are inclusive of taxes and surcharges, they exclude airport user fees, service tax and agency handling charges, Air Arabia's spokesperson said.

The airline is also offering return fares of Rs 10,973 to the UAE making an international holiday almost as affordable as a domestic one. The airline offers its customers from India free hotel and car assistance and a baggage allowance of 30 kilos.

Passengers can also avail of reduced hotel fares and sightseeing tours when they book tickets on their website.

With its 16 Airbus A-320 fleet, the airline has direct services from its hub in Sharjah to Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Jaipur, Kochi, Mumbai, Nagpur, Thiruvanathapuram, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Kozhikode and Delhi. The airline will launch service to Goa from Thursday.

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