Indian airline announces seven new flights a week GoAir, a budget airline from India, will operate seven flights a week to Kannur International Airport in Kerala from Muscat International Airport. The operation will start from February 1, 2019, according to Oman’s Public Authority for Civil Aviation. The low-cost international carrier, based in Mumbai, India, is owned by Indian business conglomerate Wadia Group. In October, 2017 it was the fifth largest airline in India with an 8.4 per cent passenger market share.
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