By Elsa Baxter
Low-cost carrier's new route will operate three times a week, continues to Dehli.
Air India Express has further expanded its services from Abu Dhabi with the announcement of a new service to Amritsar in the north of India.The low-cost subsidiary of Air India will now connect the UAE capital with nine destinations in India on 36 weekly flights.
The Amritsar route will operate three times a week. Flights will continue to Delhi after stopping at Amritsar.
“India is one of our largest markets and passenger traffic is increasing every month, showing that there is strong demand for this service," Ahmad Al Haddabi, senior vice president of Airport Operations at Abu Dhabi Airports Company, told Emirates Business.
The low-cost carrier also announced a weekly service from Kochi and Kozhikode to Al Ain International Airport.