Air Arabia operates more repatriation flights for Emirati nationals


Air Arabia has operated two more repatriation flights to bring UAE nationals from Pakistan.

They were flown to Sharjah International Airport free of charge on the special services from Lahore and Multan on April 24 and 25.

The low-cost carrier is currently operating a mix of special passenger flights as well as cargo flights to multiple destinations.

Earlier this month, the airline helped repatriate Emirati citizens from four cities in India and also from Nepal.

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