A key India-based airline is set to increase the number of flights to Delhi from locations across the Middle East

A key India-based airline is set to increase the number of flights to Delhi from locations across the Middle EastAir India believes that the Gulf region is a crucial market and there is strong customer demand for such services, reports the Hindu.

In particular, the carrier could plan to offer flights from Middle East airports to a number of new destinations with all services travelling via New Delhi.

Air India regional manager for the Gulf, Middle East and Africa Abhay Pathak explained: “We are also offering Delhi hub for selling in this market where the passengers can travel from the Gulf to South East Asia, Kathmandu, Sri Lanka, SAARC countries and West bound New York via India.”

The carrier offers flights from a number of locations in India including Kochi, Mumbai, Port Blair, Gaya and Jaipur.

Written by Nicholas Scott.

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