Air Arabia Abu Dhabi launches new Abu Dhabi-Beirut route

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi launches new Abu Dhabi-Beirut route

Three weekly flights will operate between the cities from 30 October 2022

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi is set to launch direct flights from Abu Dhabi International Airport to Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport, with a frequency of three flights per week from 30 October 2022.

The new route marks the 25th route that Air Arabia Abu Dhabi operates directly from Abu Dhabi International Airport as the carrier continues to expand with a growing fleet that currently stands at eight aircraft.

Flights to Beirut will depart Abu Dhabi at 09:00 and reach Beirut 11:45 on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, and will then depart Beirut at 12:25 and reach Abu Dhabi at 18:10.

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Speaking about the new route, Air Arabia group CEO Adel Al Ali said: “We are glad to add Beirut to Air Arabia Abu Dhabi’s growing network of direct flights. The new service reaffirms our commitment to continuously provide our customers with a wider choice of affordable air travel, while contributing to Abu Dhabi’s travel and tourism sector growth with increasing direct connectivity from and to the capital city.”


Air Arabia Abu Dhabi operates the Airbus A320-200 aircraft, the most modern and best-selling single aisle aircraft in the world, configured with 174 seats and one of the most generous seat-pitch of any economy cabin. 

The aircraft is also equipped with SkyTime, a free in-flight streaming service that allows passengers to stream entertainment directly to their devices. Before flights, eligible travellers can also benefit from the Abu Dhabi City Check-in service where they can drop off their bags and collect their boarding passes at the Air Arabia Abu Dhabi Sales Shop on Hamdan Street.

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi marked its second anniversary on 14 July 2022, having flown more than 800,000 passengers on some 7,600 flights since its inception.

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