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Saudi Arabian Airlines announces services to India

31-Mar-2009
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Saudi Arabian Airlines announces services to India

Saudi Arabian Airlines anuncia un servicio en India


Saudi Arabian Airlines (SV) will commence flight operations to three new destinations in India during the coming week. This comes as part of the Airline’s strategic plan to expand its route network to include high traffic destinations with potentially higher yields.


 
SV will commence operations to Lucknow with three flights per week, effective the 28-Mar-09.
 
It will commence operations to Bangalore with two flights per week, effective the 30-Mar-09. And, it will commence operations to Calicut with four flights per week, effective the 31-Mar-09. All flights operating to these stations will utilize Boeing B757 aircraft.
 
The number of destination that SV will be operating to between the Kingdom and India, will now include 8 stations in total. The station additions affirm the continuous increase in air travel to this sector, which occupies a prominent segment of the Airline’s international route network.
 
This came as a statement from Mr. Abdullah Bin Mushabbab Al-Ajhar, VP Public Relations, who verified that Saudi Arabian Airlines is keen on fulfilling all operation and traffic requirements on this, and on any other international sector as seen viable by marketing studies.

 

(c) Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation. Date posted: 31-Mar-09

 

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