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About Air Arabia Jordan

 

Air Arabia Jordan is a subisidiary of the airline, Air Arabia, based in Jordan. The low-cost carrier is a joint venture between the RUM Group in Jordan and Air Arabia and will be the first low cost airline based in Jordan.  Air Arabia Jordan was announced in 2015, after Air Arabia announced the acquisition of a 49% stake in Jordanian operator Petra Airlines In January 2015. The principal shareholder of Petra Airlines, the RUM Group, retain a 51% stake in the airline, which was rebranded as Air Arabia Jordan in early 2015. It operates 2 Airbus A320 aircraft and there are plans to develop a new hub in Amman. Air Arabia Jordan ended scheduled service in November 2017 and moved to charter operations.

 

Air Arabia Subsidiaries:

Air Arabia Egypt

Air Arabia Maroc

Air Arabia Jordan

 


 

 

Air Arabia Jordan Destinations

 

Air Arabia Jordan flies to and between the following destinations:

 

 

Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt

Tbilisi, Georgia

Amman, Jordan

Kuwait City, Kuwait

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Istanbul, Turkey

 


 

Air Arabia Jordan Hub Airport

Air Arabia Jordan's hub airport is Queen Alia International Airport in Ammam, Jordan.

Built in 19823, Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) is Jordan's main airport, and is named after Queen Alia. The new airport terminal was launched in March of 2013, following an overnight operational transfer.

 


Air Arabia Baggage

 

Checked Baggage

 

Air Arabia Jordan's baggage allowance offers travellers the opportunity to only pay for the checked baggage that they need, choosing between 20kg, 30kg, or 40kg in weight. The maximum luggage allowance for one item is 32kg in weight, with total dimensions of 160cm.

 

Hand Baggage

 

Air Arabia Jordan's hand luggage allowance per customer is 10lg in weight, and the item must not exceed the dimensions of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm (or 22in x 16in x 8in).

Infant travellers under 2 years old are entitled to one standard sized bag for the items they may need during the flight.

 


 

 

Air Arabia Jordan Hub Airport

Air Arabia Jordan's hub airport is Queen Alia International Airport in Ammam, Jordan.

Built in 19823, Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) is Jordan's main airport, and is named after Queen Alia. The new airport terminal was launched in March of 2013, following an overnight operational transfer.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Air Arabia Jordan Fleet

 

Airbus A20-200

 

 


Air Arabia Jordan News

 

31st May 2018

Air Arabia Maroc to lauch flights between Marrakesh and Vienna

The low cost carrier, Air Arabia Maroc, sister airline of Air Arabia Jordan, will service passengers between the tourist capital of Morocco, Marrakesh, and the actual capital of Austria, Vienna. The flights will be operational on Mondays and Thursdays via an Airbus A320 airplane. This network expanse will add Vienna to Air Arabia Maroc's ever-growing list of destinations, which currently stands at 32. 

 

30th May 2018

Between Air Arabia and flydubai, who’s winning the low cost supremacy battle?

Air Arabia PJSC today reported strong financial results for the first quarter of 2018.

Air Arabia reported a net profit of AED110 million ($30m) for the three months ending March 31, 2018, an 8% increase compared to the corresponding 2017 figure of AED102 million ($28m), according to a company statement.

It registered a turnover of AED877m ($239m), with more than 2 million passengers flying the carrier between January and March 2018 with an average seat load factor of 805.

 

Saj Ahmad, Chief Analyst – StrategicAero Research tells AMEinfo that one of the key advantages out of Sharjah for Air Arabia is that “one, it’s a less congested airport which in turn keeps operational costs for the airline in check, and second, it pulls in traffic from neighbouring Um Al Quwain and Ras Al Khaimah – two points that are much further away from say Dubai.”

“And so by tapping into these places, Air Arabia has a very robust passenger base.”

Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohamed Al Thani, Chairman of Air Arabia, said: “The strong passenger demand combined with the solid cost control measures that we took in driving cost margins lower continue to positively impact the financial performance of the carrier.”

Air Arabia added three new routes from its hubs in the UAE and Egypt in Q1 2018, with flights commencing from Sharjah to Moscow Sheremetyevo in Russia and to Jeddah and Kuwait from Sohag in Egypt.

This was followed by the announcement of new flights from Sharjah to Qabala in Azerbaijan; Izmir and Bodrum in Turkey staring June 2018 and to Grozny in Russia starting April 2018.

Playing catch up?

According to Ahmad, in contrast to flydubai, Air Arabia has slightly fallen behind in annual traffic.

“However, the biggest differentiator now between flydubai and Air Arabia is the former’s links to Emirates and the massive international network that will feed flydubai and that’s before you take into account the roughly 10% passenger growth per annum that flydubai is experiencing, say Ahmad.

“flydubai also has the edge on revenue growth too and as it continues its robust organic expansion, it’s likely that Air Arabia will continue to play catch up.”

The race for efficient aircraft

While Air Arabia through its operations in Jordan, Morocco and Egypt give its some 130 destinations versus 104 for flydubai, the Dubai based airline is far more ambitious with its frequencies, growth and future expansion, says Ahmad.

“flydubai operates over 60 Boeing 737s, including the new fuel efficient 737 MAX 8, which gives them a massive cost edge over Air Arabia which has arguably dithered over its fleet replacement while flydubai has signed up for more than 225 new 737MAX airplanes to help slash costs,” explains Ahmad.

“So Air Arabia really needs to get off the fence and address this because the geopolitical landscape suggests that oil price increases are here to stay and that will damage their bottom line and pricing flexibility over the long run.”

In contrast, Air Arabia has just 6 leased A321neo’s coming.

“That is not nearly enough to compete with flydubai’s huge 737 MAX fleet, notwithstanding competitive pressures from other GCC airlines like flynas, flyadeal, SalamAir, Oman Air, Jazeera Airways and even Wataniya,” says Ahmad.

“That said, Air Arabia has started 2018 in very good shape. While Ramadan will have an impact on Q2, it’s the summer period where they can really make a difference, particularly operating out of Egypt and Morocco, two very tourist-heavy markets.”

 

 

 

17th April 2018

Air Arabia Maroc Partners with Cash Plus

Air Arabia Maroc, a low-cost subsidiary of Air Arabia, has just launched a new payment method. The purpose of this is  to make life easier for its passengers by allowing people to pay for tickets online directly with Cash Plus network agencies. This new partnership with Cas Plus will allow Air Arabia Maroc to strengthen its local customers and improve its customer service, giving passengers access to a large network of more than 1,000 money transfer agencies across the country. 

 

6th March 2018

Air Arabia plans 100-Jet agreement for Airbus A320s or Boeing 737s

It may be a big year for Air Arabia.Their expansion could see the largest Low Cost Carrier (LCC) in the Gulf and North Africa order 100 narrow-body planes worth $11 billion (Dh40.39 billion) at list prices before the end of the year. The airline hasn’t yet reached a decision but the figure is a ball-park estimate that the Chief Executive Officer, Adel Ali, confirms is roughly accurate. Air Arabia currently operates a fleet of 50 Airbus SE A320 jets and is looking at the upgraded Neo version, while also seriously considering Boeing Co.’s rival 737 Max, Ali said. Bombardier Inc.’s C Series plane is also in the running as the carrier moves to renew its fleet after full-year profit jumped 29 per cent in 2017 to a record Dh631 million ($171 million).

 

The Sharjah-based airlines is rebounding from a period of overcapacity and lower yields in the Middle East, as the low oil price weighed on Gulf economies and concerns about terrorism in North African nations hurt their tousim sector. Air Arabia carried 8.5 million people in 2017 and reports that a 7% growth rate in the number of passengers is a goal that they would like to see achieved by the end of this year. Air Arabia's Morocco and Egypt markets are said to be those improving the fastest.

 

 

14th November 2017

Air Arabia confirms A321neo (LR) lease plans

Air Arabia (G9, Sharjah) has confirmed a 2016 deal with Air Lease Corporation for six A321neo is based entirely on the LR (Long Range) variant. The type will enable the Sharjah-based LCC to boost capacity on existing high-demand routes while opening up new destinations within an 8-hour radius.

"In 8 hours, you can reach China, Thailand, South Africa, Central Africa, Morocco, Eastern Europe and Russia," Adel Al Ali, Group CEO, Air Arabia, told the Khaleej Times.

Deliveries are expected to run between January and October 2019. Ali has previously hinted that its Moroccan unit may be a recipient of the A321neo(LR)s once they begin arriving.

Air Arabia currently operates an all-Airbus fleet of thirty-seven A320-200s with its Air Arabia Egypt unit operating one, Air Arabia Jordan operating two, and Air Arabia Maroc seven. The LCC group will take delivery of three more A320ceo in 2018 and six in 2019. Thereafter, it will be looking at adding more aircraft, the CEO said.

 

Source: ch-aviation

 

9th October 2017

Air Arabia Maroc adds to Agadir base

Air Arabia Maroc commenced operations to Dublin on 4 October, with celebrations taking place for the new route on 7 October, the day of the carrier’s second flight. Among those cutting the ribbon in the Irish capital to officially welcome Air Arabia Maroc’s new service from Agadir are: Brian Gallagher, Airline Business Development Manager, Dublin Airport (left); Maired Ryan, Leisure Sales Manager Europe, Air Arabia Maroc; and Paul O’Kane, Chief Communications Officer, Dublin Airport. The carrier will operate the route twice-weekly (Wednesdays and Saturdays).

 

Stockholm Arlanda welcomed Air Arabia Maroc’s first flight from Agadir on 3 October with a classic route launch cake. Seen posing with the calorific creation are: Jordi Porcel, Head of Sales Europe, Air Arabia Maroc; Hatice Pinar, GSA, Air Arabia Maroc; and Rouzbeh Djalilnezhad, Operational Airport Duty Officer, Stockholm Arlanda Airport. The 3,845-kilometre route will be served by the carrier twice-weekly (Tuesdays and Fridays) facing no direct competition.

 

Arabia Maroc has added a further three routes to its latest base at Agadir (AGA). Having inaugurated flights to Cologne Bonn, Copenhagen, Manchester and Munich last week, the airline has now started serving Dublin (DUB), Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) and Toulouse (TLS) from the Moroccan city. “We welcome Air Arabia Maroc, which is the fifth new LCC at Stockholm Arlanda within a year. We believe that Agadir is a destination which will grow rapidly in popularity among Swedes when the new route allows even more passengers to fly non-stop,” said Elizabeth Axtelius, Aviation Business Director at Swedavia, of the airline’s launch to Sweden’s busiest airport. All three routes will be flown by the airline twice-weekly on its fleet of A320s. Flights on the 3,845-kilometre route to the Swedish capital and 1,757-kilometre link to the southern French city (both flown on Tuesdays and Fridays) launched on 3 October, while the 2,580-kilometre Irish capital connection (Wednesdays and Saturdays) was inaugurated on 4 October according to Flightradar24.com data. Neither of the new links will face direct competition when analysing OAG schedules.

 

4th October 2017

Air Arabia Maroc adds new Marrakech routes in W17

Air Arabia Maroc at the launch of winter 2017/18 season is adding 2 European routes from Marrakech, including flights to London and Paris. Planned schedule as follow.

Marrakech – London Gatwick eff 01NOV17 2 weekly
3O105 RAK1500 – 1830LGW 320 36
3O106 LGW1920 – 2250RAK 320 36

Marrakech – Paris CDG eff 31OCT17 3 weekly
3O367 RAK0630 – 1100CDG 320 235
3O368 CDG1140 – 1410RAK 320 23
3O368 CDG1900 – 2130RAK 320 5

 


 

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