November 29th 2012 06:56:03 PM
Air Arabia, the low-cost pioneer in the Middle East and North Africa, today officially inaugurated its service to Prishtina, Republic of Kosovo, and became the first UAE airline to operate scheduled flights to the country.
Flight G90241 took off from Sharjah International Airport today at 09:30am. Arabia will offer two weekly services between Sharjah and Prishtina, with flights operating on Mondays and Thursdays.
“Air Arabia is delighted to touch down in Prishtina and became the first UAE carrier to offer s scheduled service to Kosovo,” said Adel Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Air Arabia. “We are confident that our service to Prishtina will further contribute to the ever growing ties between the Republic of Kosovo and the United Arab Emirates. Additionally, the launch of two direct flights from Sharjah will offer customers a unique value driven product, while rapidly expanding our network in Eastern Europe.”
With an average age of 25, Kosovo has one of the youngest populations in Europe.
[Like I always point out, that’s called a profile.]
Prishtina, the nation’s capital and largest city, is located near to the Shar Mountains and is famed for its cafes, markets and historical landmarks. [Which until a few years ago, were historically Serbian landmarks.]