RAK Airways launches 'fare crazy sale'

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UAE carrier RAK Airways has launched a two-day sale with significantly reduced one-way and return airfares to 12 cities.

The ‘Fare Crazy Weekend Sale’ will offer one-way fares from AED200 ($54.45) and two-way fares from AED390 ($106) for sale only on Friday and Saturday.

The flights are valid for travel during November.

The cheapest return ticket in the sale is Ras Al Khaimah to either Doha, Riyadh or Jeddah from AED390.

Return fares to Cairo, Istanbul, Lahore and Peshawar will be on sale for AED590.

The sale return fare from RAK to Dhaka or Chittagong is AED690.

All sale fares must be booked from the UAE, either by phone or on the airline’s website.

RAK Airways, which operates from RAK Airport, also offers a shuttle service within the UAE.

The airline has increased its network from nine to 12 destinations in recent months as the emirate strives to meet ambitious new tourism goals.

More than 300,000 passengers used the airline in 2012, while that figure grew by 40 percent during the first quarter of 2013, according to the company.

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