Kerala government writes to Air India for direct flight between Thiruvananthapuram and Japan

In a move that could bring cheers to the business diaspora in Japan, the state government has written to the Air India Managing Director requesting to start direct flight service between Japan and Thiruvananthapuram with a stopover at either Bangkok or Singapore.

According to senior government officers, the state government has shot off a letter to the Air India MD seeking direct flight service in the backdrop of multinational companies from the Far East making investments in Kerala.

According to a senior bureaucrat, Nissan Motors of Japan, which has set up a digital innovation hub in Thiruvananthapuram, and global brands like Fujitsu and Hitachi are aiming to make investments in key sectors in Kerala. Read More

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