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Air India to start Manohar Airport’s first ever international flight to Gatwick

Air India will become the first carrier to operate international flights from the newly-opened Manohar International Airport (MIA) in North Goa. The national carrier will start flights to London Gatwick from July 21, 2023.

Air India will operate a thrice a week service from the Manohar International Airport, the company said in a tweet. In all, the airline now operates 49 flights to the UK per week.

The airline operates 43 flights to London (Heathrow and Gatwick) and six to Birmingham. Air India also operates 31 weekly flights to Heathrow, London from Delhi and Mumbai.

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