Flydubai to start flights to Lucknow, Coimbatore, Chandigarh
Nicosia (Cyprus), June 24 (ANI): Flydubai, the recently established low-cost airline, on Wednesday announced its plans to start flights to Lucknow, Coimbatore and Chandigarh cities of India in July, offering low fares to serve expatriate Indians in the UAE and to people flying to the region for business or pleasure.
The flights to Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow city will start from July 13 and Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore city on July 14, and to Chandigarh on July 23.
Flydubai Chief Executive Officer, Ghaith Al Ghaith, announcing the new flights, said that India is a very important market and the airline is looking forward to a long and successful future serving the needs of customers wishing to travel between the two countries.
Prices, including all taxes and one piece of baggage weighing up to 10kg, will start from 115 dollars for Lucknow, while for Coimbatore and Chandigarh fares will start from 90 dollars.ll flights of Flydubai are made from Terminal 2 of the Dubai International Airport.
The airline, which started flying on June 1, presently carries out flights to Beirut, Amman, Damascus, Alexandria and Aleppo.
Flydubai does not issue tickets, just boarding passes. (ANI)
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