Air India Express, a state-owned low-cost carrier, is set to launch seven new flights to the Gulf countries from the southern Indian cities of Trivandrum, Cochin, Calicut and Mangalore starting from next month.
The airline will be
Air India Express, a state-owned low-cost carrier, which recently cut its free baggage allowance on flights from the Gulf to India, is likely revoke the rule within one month, a report said.
A seven-member team representing Indian
Philippine Airlines (PAL) is planning to re-introduce flights to Bahrain and other Gulf countries within the next two years, said the airline's president and chief operating officer Jaime Bautista.
Talking to the Gulf Daily News, our sist