Fly Dubai Willing To Launch Dubai To Amritsar Flight


Fly Dubai is one of the several international airlineswilling to launch flights to Amritsar if the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India allows Amritsar to be added as a point of call for the carriers from Dubai. This was stated by Fly Dubai Regional Manager (India, Nepal) Pran Dasan, in response to the letter written by Amritsar Vikas Manch Overseas Secretary Sameep Singh. In a press release, Manch Patron Dr. Charanjit Singh Gumtala said that according to the airline, Amritsar is a very important and key market that they would like to serve. However, Amritsar is not a designated point of call in the bilateral air services agreement between Dubai and India that does not allow carriers from Dubai to fly to Amritsar. Furthermore, capacity between India and Dubai stands completely exhausted and the bilateral discussion needs to be called once again.

Bilateral air service agreements between two countries determine the number of passengers (also known as seats) airlines from both the sides can fly to the other country and the number of cities they are allowed to fly to. Read More…

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One commentOn Fly Dubai Willing To Launch Dubai To Amritsar Flight

  • Fly Dubai is not the only airline willing to fly to Amritsar, there are a dozen airlines interested in doing so. THe biggest obstruction is the Government of India.

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