Air Arabia wins at Aviation Business Awards

The airline brand won ‘Low-Cost Airline of the Year’ award at the gala ceremony

 Aviation Business awards 2019 were held at Grosvenor house hotel.
Aviation Business awards 2019 were held at Grosvenor house hotel.

Air Arabia, carrier brand in the Middle East and North Africa, won the ‘Low-Cost Airline of the Year’ recognition at the 13th Aviation Business Awards (AVB) gala ceremony held in Dubai.

Air Arabia was adjudged in the ‘Low-Cost Airline of the Year’ category by a panel of industry judges for the carrier’s innovation, sustainable performance and growth.

Air Arabia’s group chief executive officer, Adel Al Ali said: “Winning the ‘Low-Cost Airline of the Year’ award reiterates Air Arabia’s industry leadership, and the exceptional value that we deliver to our customers. Led by a focus on innovation and a commitment to draw on the latest technology, we will continue to focus on adding new routes that connect more people across the world while continuously providing added value to our customers.”

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