Indian carrier to increase seats on Gulf flights
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Indian carrier to increase seats on Gulf flights

Indian carrier to increase seats on Gulf flights

Air India Express is increasing the number of seats by 2,220 per week on its flights to the Middle East from the three airports in Kerala, reported Hindustan Times. As a result, the total number of weekly flights from Kerala will go up from 64 to 76. The airline operates to Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Muscat, Doha and Bahrain from Kerala. It will soon be launching flights to Dammam in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait as well.

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