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AI Express increases services to W Asia

By BS Reporter
October 08, 2012 15:03 IST
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Air India Express has increased its services from Kerala and Mangalore airports to West Asian destinations from 92 a week to 119. 

The highlights of the winter schedule is, Kochi will connect the cities of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Bahrain, Doha and Sharjah daily, while Muscat will be thrice a week.  Passengers from Kochi will be offered convenient connections to Dammam via Kozhikode daily, and to Kuwait three times a week, with both the boarding cards issued in Kochi and the baggage's tagged to the ultimate destination, a release said.

Kozhikode will connect Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Bahrain, Doha, Dammam and Muscat daily; Salalah will be twice a week, Kuwait thrice a week and one weekly service to the city of Al-Ain.

Kerala's capital city Thiruvananthapuram will connect Abu Dhabi and Dubai daily, thrice weekly to Muscat, four times a week to Sharjah and twice a week to the city of Salalah in Oman.

Mangalore, on the other hand, will see Air India Express flying twice daily to Dubai, three times a week to Muscat, Abu Dhabi and twice weekly to Doha and Bahrain.

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