Mumbai: Aviation major AirAsia India will commence daily direct flights from Lucknow to Mumbai and Kolkata.
Kolkata: Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, YB Datuk Seri Dr. Santhara J.P. invited Indians to visit Malaysia and said it is one of the best countries to visit in the post COVID-19 situation.
Mumbai/IBNS: AirAsia India, a subsidiary of Tata Sons Private Ltd., announced the launch of its Independence Day sale with fares starting at ₹1,475, for routes like Delhi-Lucknow, in addition to similar discounted fares across its network.
Kolkata: The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) on Monday hosted a roadshow in Kolkata with an aim to attract more tourists from India in the upcoming days and also showcase the new attractions which the country is offering to the visitors.
Kolkata: Private airline major SpiceJet on Tuesday announced the launch of new daily flights connecting Jabalpur with Kolkata starting July 22.
Indian airline SpiceJet has announced the launch of new daily flights connecting Jabalpur with Kolkata starting Jul 22.
Kolkata/IBNS: Visa facilitator VFS Global said visa applications doubled in the first quarter of calendar year 2022 compared to the corresponding period last year yet the volume is nowhere close to the pre-pandemic level.
Kolkata: Airline company Indigo has added a new destination, Darbhanga (Bihar) to their domestic network.
Kolkata/IBNS: Direct flights between Delhi and Kolkata will take off regularly instead of three days a week, the West Bengal government announced on Monday relaxing the restrictions.
Kolkata/UNI: Air India, the Asian country's national airline, is actively considering reintroduction of its Kolkata-London-Kolkata direct flight soon after getting nod from the Aviation Ministry and Airport Authority of India (AAI) and clearance of other technicalities.
Kolkata/IBNS: If you are still wondering if it is okay to go on a holiday in the new normal phase, how about checking out a staycation offer from Marriott International as a confidence building measure?
Kolkata/IBNS: Flight operations at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport will remain suspended on complete anti-Covid-19 lockdown days, announced by the West Bengal government.
New Delhi: Private carrier GoAir has repatriated 37,990 stranded Indians and clocked more than 200 international charter flights till date.
Kolkata/IBNS: Eleven years after ceasing direct flight operations between Kolkata and London's Heathrow airport, a special evacuation flight of the United Kingdom (UK)'s flag carrier airline, British Airways, will touch down at Netaji Subhas Chandra International (NSCBI-CCU) airport here on next Sunday (Apr 19) to transit UK nationals stranded in West Bengal and its neighbouring states due to the nationwide Coronavirus lockdown, officials said.
Kolkata/IBNS: Singapore Airlines (SIA) will introduce a fifth weekly flight to Kolkata, India, from 29 March 2020.