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Kingfisher launches two routes from Dubai

India’s Kingfisher Airlines has announced the launch of two new international routes out of Dubai – Delhi and Mumbai. Also, a third international route from Delhi to Kathmandu was also launched by the airline. With the launch of these 2 new routes, Kingfisher Airlines now flies to a total of three destinations from Dubai with daily flights to New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.
The flights on all these routes are being operated with Kingfisher Airlines' modern fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft. 
 

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