The success of Air Arabia is also due to the efforts of their cabin crew.
Air Arabia's cabin crew division is headed by Cabin Crew Manager, Abdul Raoof Meer, who brings more than 17 years experience in providing safety and survival standards for regional airlines.
He said: "It's all about safety and service. I believe that these elements go hand in hand to ensure a satisfactory customer experience.
Air Arabia's main focus is to make air travel more convenient and frequent while offering quality, service and safety standards.''
Air Arabia's cabin crew consist of 29 nationalities and speak 35 different languages, while their aviation experience ranges from 3 to 5 years and with some of the region's leading carriers. As part of their training when joining Air Arabia, cabin crew go through rigorous testing exercises, real life flight simulations and first aid training to name but a few - all in accordance with General Civil Aviation Authority requirements.
Concluded Raoof: "Air Arabia's on-board flight experience will only get better - a few months ago we introduced our in-flight Duty Free shopping service that carries a selection of luxury items and today we introduce our new cabin crew uniform - continuous improvements from a dynamic and innovative airline."
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