Dubai, United Arab Emirates, May 29, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Al Fardan Exchange enhances its relationship with Air Arabia, the national airlines of Sharjah, by having additional tie-up for cash collection which allows customers to pay for their flight bookings at any of Al Fardan Exchange’s 40 branches.
Air Arabia customers who book their ticket online or through call centers can visit any of Al Fardan Exchange outlets within specified time and make payments. A customer can approach Al Fardan Exchange with booking reference number and pay for his ticket in any of the branches to confirm the bookings.
Air Arabia one of the largest Airlines in UAE feels the deal with Al Fardan Exchange expands network of Air Arabia cash collection points thus giving customers of more options for payments and ensures Air Arabia is more accessible to their customers.
Mr. Osama Al Rahma, General Manager of Al Fardan Exchange states, “It’s a great pleasure for Al Fardan Exchange to be associated with Air Arabia and we are sure this new tie up will be mutual benefit for both the companies as well as customers. Al Fardan Exchange always looks ways to add value to services and offer additional services to their customers.”
Al Fardan Exchange one of the leading and oldest exchange house in the UAE, was established in 1971, since then company has grown tremendously and now has 40 branches spread all over UAE. Remittance and Foreign Currency exchange is core business of the company along with numerous other services like WPS, Credit Card Payments, Bill Payments, Loan Payments, Airline Ticket Payments and Travelez Visa Prepaid Cards.
Headquartered in Sharjah International Airport, Air Arabia flies to over 85 destinations spread across the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and Europe. Offering comfort, reliability and value for money, Air Arabia travels across with value preposition for customers “More than Just, low fares.” Air Arabia was established on 3 February 2003, becoming the first low-fare airline in the region.