Air Arabia, a Sharjah-based low-cost carrier (LCC), unveiled a new brand identity including a new livery and aircraft interior. The unveiling took place during a launch ceremony at Sharjah International Airport while celebrating its 15th anniversary of operations.
The new livery still includes the airline’s symbol, a seagull. Air Arabia is convinced that the new livery reflects the carrier’s growth and outlook while staying true to its original design.
Sharjah-based carrier Air Arabia has unveiled a new brand identity today – the airline commenced operations exactly 15 years ago #OTD #avgeek https://t.co/sjiYF6XMN0
— International Flight Network (@FlightIntl) October 28, 2018
In 2003, the carrier commenced operations as the first low-cost airline in the Arab world. Besides the Sharjah-based Air Arabia, there are also subsidiaries in Egypt, Morocco and formerly Jordan. In total, the current fleet consists of more than 50 Airbus A320 aircraft. Furthermore, Air Arabia signed a lease agreement for six Airbus A321neo Long Range aircraft in 2017.
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