Air Arabia will fly to new Bangalore hub
Low cost carrier, Air Arabia, has announced it will be launching flights to Bangalore's new airport, Bengaluru International.
Operations will begin on May 22, with daily flights departing from the airline's Sharjah hub.
Located east of the Bangalore-Hyderabad National Highway, the new airport is the largest private sector-owned and operated hub in India. Outbound passengers will pay a user development fee of US$25 to the airport authority. From July 1, this fee will be included as part of Air Arabia's fare.
Currently, Air Arabia serves 11 destinations in India including Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Calicut, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Jaipur, Kochi, Mumbai, Nagpur and Thiruvananthapuram.