May 232012
 

Lucknow and Varanasi airports in India could well be awarded international status very soon. Fliers taking flights to India will surely look forward to the development as it is likely to enhance their travel options. International holiday makers taking cheap flights to India could soon have two more airports to choose from when it comes to arriving in the country « Continue Reading »

Sep 062010
 

Brits taking cheap flights to India could benefit from a new investment programme. Brits taking cheap flights to India could benefit from a new investment programme.Bloomberg reports the country’s government is set to invest around 400 billion rupees (£5.6 billion) over the next five years in the aviation industry. Aviation minister Praful Patel explained: “We are in the process of either upgrading « Continue Reading »

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