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Air Arabia PJSC is a United Arab Emirates-based public joint stock airline carrier company. The Company is engaged in international commercial air transportation, aircraft trading, aircraft rental, aircraft spare parts trading, travel and tourist agency services, hotels and hotel apartment rentals, airline companies representation activities, passenger transportation, air cargo agency services, document transfer services, telecommunications devices trading, aviation training and aircraft repairs and maintenance activities. The Company has scheduled flight routes to over 150 destinations spreading across the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and Europe. The Company holds stakes in various subsidiaries, including 100% stake in COZMO Travel LLC, which is engaged in the provision of travel, tourism and cargo services.
Sharjah International Airport
PO Box 132
United Arab Emirates
Abdullah Bin Mohammed Al Thani
Chairman of the Board
Adel Abdullah Al Ali
Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Member of the Board
Abdelrahman Bin Taliah
Matar Al Blooshi
Ghanem Mohammed Obaid Al Hajiri
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Middle East budget carrier Air Arabia <AIRA.DU> on Tuesday reported a third-quarter loss and said it was in a strong position to weather the impact of the coronavirus crisis.
The government of Uzbekistan has granted United Arab Emirates carrier Air Arabia <AIRA.DU> permission to perform flights between Abu Dhabi and Tashkent, Uzbek authorities said on Tuesday.
Saudi shares rose at the open on Thursday, while Dubai-listed Air Arabia tumbled after the carrier revealed it had an exposure of $336 million to embattled Dubai private equity firm Abraaj.
Air Arabia has an overall exposure of $336 million to Dubai-based private equity firm Abraaj, which has filed for provisional liquidation, the airline said on Wednesday.
Air Arabia has an overall exposure of $336 million to embattled Dubai-based private equity firm Abraaj, it said in a statement emailed to Reuters on Wednesday.
Dubai stocks were down in morning trade on Tuesday, hit by weakness in key property stocks and extended losses in Air Arabia, but Abu Dhabi stocks posted modest gains, coming back from bank-led selling a day earlier.
Dubai-listed Air Arabia said on Monday it has an investment in Abraaj funds, without elaborating further on its exposure to the private equity group which last week filed an application for provisional liquidation.
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