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GO FIRST announces new direct flights to Kuwait and Muscat from Kochi

In line with its vision to strengthen international connectivity between India and the Middle East, GO FIRST (formerly known as GoAir) announced the commencement of daily direct flights from Kochi to Kuwait and Kochi to Muscat starting 1st June 2022. The inaugural flight departed from Cochin International Airport at 20:15 hours (local time) and arrived at Kuwait International Airport at 23:05 hours (local time).

The new flights to Kuwait and Musact from Kochi will offer connectivity and convenient travel options to blue collar workers/migrant working class flying abroad for employment.

Situated on the western front of Asia, Kuwait is a country in the Middle East that has a lot to offer to travelers. The rich cultural and commercial heritage makes it a must-visit Gulf country. The city is a perfect amalgamation of lively restaurants, pristine beaches, and antiquated museums.

In line with its vision to strengthen international connectivity between India and the Middle East, GO FIRST (formerly known as GoAir) announced the commencement of daily direct flights from Kochi to Kuwait and Kochi to Muscat starting 1st June 2022. The inaugural flight departed from Cochin International Airport at 20:15 hours (local time) and arrived at Kuwait International Airport at 23:05 hours (local time).

The new flights to Kuwait and Musact from Kochi will offer connectivity and convenient travel options to blue collar workers/migrant working class flying abroad for employment.

Situated on the western front of Asia, Kuwait is a country in the Middle East that has a lot to offer to travelers. The rich cultural and commercial heritage makes it a must-visit Gulf country. The city is a perfect amalgamation of lively restaurants, pristine beaches, and antiquated museums. (Source TimesNow)

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