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Flydubai Launches First Indian Flights

Dubai’s first low cost carrier flydubai will begin their first flights to India with the launch of flight services to the northern city of Lucknow on 13 July 2009.  On 14 July flydubai will begin flights in the south of the country in Coimbatore, and on 23 July flight service to the north western city of Chandigarh begin. 

Flydubai CEO said there is a large population of Indian expatriates living in the UAE and even more are interested to India for business or pleasure.  Ghaith Al Ghaith, said “India is a very important market and we look forward to a long and successful future serving the needs of customers wishing to travel between the two countries.”
 

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