A-I Express to operate direct flights to 3 cities
Dubai: Beginning October 31, Air India
Express will operate direct flights from Muscat to three new
destinations in Kerala, as well as increase the number of
flights from the Gulf to the country.
The direct flights to Kozhikode, Thiruvananthapuram and
Kochi are bound to help Kerala expatriates in the country and
the region, the airline said.
According to the new schedule, from Muscat, A-I Express
will operate seven daily standalone flights per week to
Kozhikode and Thiruvananthapuram and four flights per week to
From Salalah, the airline will be operating two
standalone flights per week to Kozhikode, one to
Thiruvananthapuram and one to Kochi.
The airline will now operate 19 flights per week to
India, as against the existing 17 flights per week.
In the winter schedule, Air India Express will
rationalise its routes between Oman and India, especially
focusing on Kerala, to offer convenient connectivity to
The changes were made at A-I Express` headquarters in
India to meet growing market demand. The four direct
standalone flights from Muscat to Thiruvananthapuram will be
on Saturdays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and the four
direct standalone flights to Kochi will be on Saturdays,
Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays.
The two direct standalone flights from Salalah to
Kozhikode every week will be on Wednesdays and Fridays and the
one direct standalone flight to Thiruvananthapuram every week
will be on Sundays, while the flight to Kochi will be on
The airline has also made a few changes in its flight
schedule from Oman to Amritsar and Mangalore.
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