Air Arabia yesterday announced a new service to the Indian city of Coimbatore twice weekly beginning on October 1, increasing to three flights a week from November.
Kyle Haywood, Commercial Director of Air Arabia, said: “We are pleased to introduce our eighth destination in India, strengthening our ongoing commitment to offering passengers the widest choice of destinations in India at the best value for money.
“Such expansion provides our many customers in India with the added convenience of more destinations throughout MENA and South Asia.”
Coimbatore, also known as Koneyammanputhhur, is Air Arabia’s eighth destination in India. It is one of the largest cities in the state of Tamil Nadu.
The flights will leave Sharjah International Airport at 8.05am local time and arrive in Coimbatore at 1.35pm local time every Monday and Friday. Return flights will depart at 2.20pm local time and arrive in Sharjah at 4.40pm local time on the same days.
Haywood added: “The addition of this destination for Air Arabia provides even greater opportunities for travelers between the MENA region and India for both holiday and business travel. We look forward to further enhancing our destination network in India in the future.”