On Monday, Abu Dhabi Airports stated that Indian Airlines 'Go First,' formerly known as 'Go Air,' has increased the number of flights and destinations it offers.
Daily flights from Abu Dhabi International Airport to Mumbai, Kannur International Airport, and Delhi International Airport will be launched.
The increased flight capacity will match rising demand for these locations, which will be added to the summer 2022 schedule.
"Go First will fly daily on the Mumbai, Delhi, and Kannur routes to meet rising demand," Abu Dhabi Airports stated in a statement. Passengers who are twice vaccinated on the list of recognised nations on a'reciprocity' basis would be excluded from RT-PCR testing before flying from the UAE to India, according to the airlines.
A one-way trip from Abu Dhabi to Kannur costs Dirham 370 (Rs 7,592) on Go First; Mumbai costs roughly the same. It costs roughly 600 dirhams to get to Delhi (Rs 12,312).
For the first time in over two years, the Indian government has reopened international flights to and from the country in accordance with bilateral agreements, beginning in late March 2022.
Dubai-based Emirates, the world's largest long-haul airline, was the first to declare its plans on the route when India restarts regular foreign flights on Sunday, March 27.