Dubai International Airport (DXB) has added Go Air to its portfolio of 70 international carriers. This was marked by Go Air’s inaugural flight from Kannur, Kerala on July 25, 2019, which forms a part of the Indian airline’s slew of new international routes announced earlier this month. Other new international routes of Go Air are Mumbai – Abu Dhabi, Delhi – Abu Dhabi, Mumbai – Muscat, Delhi – Bangkok, Kannur – Kuwait and Mumbai – Bangkok.
Dubai Airports tweeted:
Dubai is Go Air’s sixth international destination. The carrier is operating daily direct flights between DXB’s Terminal 1 and Kannur International Airport.
With Go Air, the Dubai International Airport is now served by a total of five Indian airlines, operating around 360 weekly flights to 21 destinations across India. Other Indian carriers flying between India and Dubai include Indigo, Spicejet and Air India.
According to an official statement by Dubai International Airport, “India is the single largest destination country for DXB in terms of contribution to traffic volumes with 12.3 million passengers recorded in 2018.”