GoAir to go international with new routes to the exotic islands of Phuket and Malé from Mumbai and Delhi

GoAir (GoAir.in) (India) Airbus A320-271N WL F-WWBS (VT-WGR) (msn 8209) TLS (Paul Bannwarth). Image: 943381.

GoAir is all set to commence its international flight operations.

GoAir will offer India’s first ever direct service to Phuket, Thailand effective October 11, 2018 from Delhi and Mumbai.

This will be followed by its second international service connecting Mumbai and Delhi with Male, Maldives effective October 14, 2018. These destinations will also be connected from Bengaluru in the near future.

GoAir will mark its first foray into international skies after completing more than a decade of successful domestic operations.

GoAir will continue to operate its Airbus A320 aircraft in all operations and on both these international routes. With the introduction of these flights, the airline will increase its operations by 28 flights to a total of 1680 flights per week. GoAir aims to amplify and replicate its domestic success story, redefining its fly smart experience and value proposition in the aviation industry.

GoAir will operate three nonstop flight services per week between Mumbai – Phuket.

Similarly the airline will operate three nonstop flight services per week between Mumbai – Male.

Top Copyright Photo (all others by GoAir): GoAir (GoAir.in) (India) Airbus A320-271N WL F-WWBS (VT-WGR) (msn 8209) TLS (Paul Bannwarth). Image: 943381.

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