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Jazeera Airways announced the launch of two new routes to the cities of Thiruvananthapuram (formerly known as Trivandrum) and Bengaluru (formerly known as Bangalore). The Kuwait- Thiruvananthapuram route will be served on Tuesdays and Sundays, with return flights from Trivandrum leaving in the early morning of the next days. The Kuwait-Bengaluru route will be served […]Continue Reading
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IndiGo is set to operate flights to Mangaluru from Bengaluru starting October 30, 2022. Flight (6E256) will depart Mangaluru International Airport (MIA) at 6.40 am to Bengaluru. A decision by IndiGo to station flight 6E678, which will arrive from Bengaluru in the evening, at MIA overnight will facilitate the operation of flight 6E256, which will […]Continue Reading
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  Qantas has launched its service from Bengaluru (BLR) to Sydney (SYD), providing the first direct connection between Southern India and Australia by any airline. Qantas will fly an A330 aircraft from Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport to Sydney four times per week on a Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. QF68 will cut nearly three hours […]Continue Reading
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Air India has leased 30 new aircraft to boost domestic and international operations over the next 15 months, which includes adding new US flights from Mumbai and Bengaluru, reports David Casey for Routes. The Tata Group-owned carrier has signed leases and letters of intent for 21 Airbus A320neos, four A321neos and five Boeing 777-200LRs. The […]Continue Reading
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IndiGo is set to operate additional flight between Bengaluru and Belagavi from October 30. This additional flight 6E-7285/7286 will depart at 9.20am from Bengaluru and arrive at Belagavi airport at 10.55am. In the return direction, the flight will depart at 11.15am from Belagavi airport and will reach Bengaluru at 12.40pm, as per the official website […]Continue Reading
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Starting October 2022, Cathay Pacific will operate two non-stop weekly flights from Bengaluru. The introduction of Cathay Pacific in the city will enhance India’s direct connectivity with Hong Kong and connect customers to destinations such as the USA, Australia, Japan, the Philippines and more. Customers can also connect seamlessly on the airline’s interline partners from Continue Reading
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