Air Arabia to fly to Hargeisa twice a week

Air Arabia currently operates flights to more than 130 routes across the globe

The flights to Hargeisa will operate twice a week.
The flights to Hargeisa will operate twice a week.

Sharjah-based Air Arabia will begin flights to Hargeisa, Somaliland starting 4 July, 2017.

The flights to Hargeisa will operate twice a week, Tuesdays and Fridays, departing Sharjah International Airport (SHJ) at 03:45 hours, and arriving at Hargeisa Egal International Airport (HGA) at 06:15 local time. The return flight will depart Hargeisa at 06:55, landing in Sharjah at 11:25 local time.

Air Arabia marked its entry into the African market in 2004, and currently serves six destinations across Egypt, Sudan, and Kenya from its main hub in Sharjah.

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Air Arabia currently operates flights to more than 130 routes across the globe from five hubs located in the Middle East and North Africa.

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