Dubai-based travellers can fly to the seaside city starting June 16th.
The space opens its proverbial arms to art exhibitors from all around the world, inviting them to showcase their designs in the middle of a historic region.
The airline has expanded its services to five additional destinations compared to the same period in 2023, solidifying its position as one of the fastest-growing airlines globally.
The project includes the refurbishment of all 300 rooms and suites of Marjan Island Resort & Spa, which will be rebranded into Pullman Resort Al Marjan Island.
The inaugural flight coincided with the first day of Chinese New Year.
The USD 522 million development will welcome visitors as early as 2025.
Between 2009 and 2010, Air Arabia used to operate the Sharjah-Athens route. However, after that period, no other airline has provided service on this route.
With these new flight paths, Dubai-based travellers can stop in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro before continuing on to Argentina’s Buenos Aires.
Just a short walk from the Great Mosque of Makkah, the hotel consists of two high-rise towers, offering 507 rooms and suites.
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