UAE-based low-cost carrier Air Arabia has announced that it will launch a new route in Azerbaijan, flying to the city of Qabala from June 27.
Air Arabia, which currently serves Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan with daily flights, will operate three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to Qabala, departing Sharjah International Airport.
Adel Al Ali, group CEO of Air Arabia, said: "Qabala is a sought-after destination and is highly appealing to people in the Gulf region. The city presents a different side to the country, and is full of history.
"Our flights to Qabala increase the offering of affordable travel to passengers in the Gulf and Azerbaijan, and boost our network in the Caucasus region."
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