Go First (previously referred to as Go Air), lately introduced that the airline will improve its flight operations between Abu Dhabi (UAE) and three Indian locations: Mumbai, Delhi and Kannur beginning this month.
“In order to meet increased demands on Mumbai, Delhi and Kannur routes, Go First will be flying daily,” stated Abu Dhabi Airports in an announcement. The airways introduced that passengers who’re double vaccinated on the listing of acknowledged nations on ‘reciprocity’ foundation are exempted from RT-PCR testing earlier than departure from UAE to India.
The present Go First one-way airfare from Abu Dhabi to Delhi prices round Rs 12,000 (Dh600), whereas one-way airfares from Abu Dhabi to South India’s Kannur and Mumbai prices round Rs 7,500 (Dh370).
Soon after India opened its worldwide borders for the primary time submit Covid-19 pandemic on March 27, numerous airways have elevated the flight frequency from India to different nations. Prior to Go First, Emirates was the primary airline to extend its weekly flight frequency to 170 flights to 9 Indian locations from April 1.
Before the Covid-19 pandemic, the India-UAE air route was one of many busiest air routes on the planet with Dubai having the utmost worldwide visitors from India.