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Indian airline announces seven new flights a week to Muscat

GoAir, a budget airline from India, will work seven flights per week to Kannur International Airport (KIAL) in Kerala from Muscat International Airport from February 1, 2019, as indicated by Oman's Public Authority for Civil Aviation (PACA). 

In an announcement distributed on Twitter, PACA stated, "The Authority today affirmed the Indian carrier GoAir's activity of seven week by week flights touching base from Kannur International Airport in Kerala to Muscat International Airport from 1 February 2019." 


The minimal effort worldwide bearer, situated in Mumbai, India, is possessed by Indian business combination Wadia Group. In October, 2017 it was the fifth biggest aircraft in India with a 8.4 percent traveler piece of the overall industry. 

Kannur International Airport is the fourth universal air terminal in the South Indian territory of Kerala, after Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, and Kozhikode.

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