Friday, February 17, 2017

Kerala-Gulf sector remains important for Air India'

Air India (AI) would buy 100 new aircraft in next four years, said Melvin Alphonso Diselva, Africa-Middle East manger of the airline. He was here to present awards tobest performing travel agents in the region.
When asked about direct flight services to Karipur, he said: "Once the authorities allow landing of widebodied aircrafts we will definitely restart the service. Kerala-Gulf sector is very important for us as we operate 375 weekly flights in the sector. Around 25% of the airline's income is generated from this sector."
He added that for Kochi and Hyderabad-bound passengers the baggage weight limit would be 45kg. Earlier, the cap was 40kg.
17/02/17 The Times Of India

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