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Air India Express Expands Services From Abu Dhabi

Air India’s low cost subsidiary Air India Express announced it is expanding services from Abu Dhabi with     new flights to Amritsar in northern India.  This will connect the UAE capital with nine India destinations on 36 weekly flights.   The new service will operate three times a week and continue to Delhi after stopping in Amritsar.

Abu Dhabi Airports Company Vice President of Operations said “India is one of our largest markets and passenger traffic is increasing every month, showing that there is a strong demand for this service. “  Air India Express also announced they will start weekly service from Kochi  and Kozhikoda to Al Ain International Airport. 

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