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Air Arabia Increases Istanbul Flights

Low cost carrier Air Arabia announced it has doubled the frequency of it non-stop flights to Istanbul Turkey – to four times per week.   Flight service between Air Arabia’s main hub in Sharjah and Turkey’s capital of Istanbul are now offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Air Arabia Holidays value package currently offers four night packages to Istanbul starting at Dh2,200 per person.

Flights take off from Sharjah at 12:40pm on Tuesdays and arrive in Istanbul at 16:05 pm.  Return flights depart from Istanbul at 16:50 pm, and land in Sharjah at 21:55 pm.  For the Wednesday and Sunday service flights depart from Sharjah at 21:55 pm and land in Istanbul at 1:10 am the next day.  Return flights leave Istanbul Thursdays and Mondays at 1:55am, landing in Sharjah at 7:00 am. 
 

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