Air Arabia Abu Dhabi will begin operating direct flights from the Emirati capital to Egypt’s Alexandria and Sohag starting 14 July, it said on Monday.
The inaugural flight will take off from Abu Dhabi and land in Alexandria on July 14, followed by a flight from the same Emirati airport to Sohag on July 15.
The flights, by Airbus A320 aircraft, will operate three times weekly to Alexandria’s Borg Al Arab International Airport (HBE), on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The flights to Sohag International Airport will depart Abu Dhabi International Airport every Wednesday.
Tickets are available to book now, the airline said in its statement.
The low-cost carrier is a joint venture between state-owned Etihad Airways and Air Arabia, with Abu Dhabi International Airport as its hub.
Emirates restarted passenger flights to Cairo and Tunis on 1 July, and offers flights to a total destinations to 52 in July.
Egypt opened its airports to regular international flights starting July 1, following a three-month suspension in the wake of the coronavirus.