The Wadia-led airline recently received the bilateral rights to operate five flights per week on the Srinagar-Sharjah-Srinagar route
Low-cost carrier GO FIRST will restart scheduled direct flights to and from Srinagar to Sharjah by the end of this month. The Wadia-led airline recently received the bilateral rights to operate five flights per week on the Srinagar-Sharjah-Srinagar route. The carrier had started the Srinagar-Sharjah flight on October 23 last year connecting Jammu and Kashmir with the United Arab Emirates after 11 years, reported ETTravelWorld.
Kaushik Khona, CEO, GO FIRST, said, “GO FIRST is honoured to resume services between Srinagar and Sharjah. The service will improve international connectivity and cater to international travel.
The Amarnath Yatra is commencing soon and we will make every effort to ensure a hassle-free and delightful travel experience for the pilgrims. We further reaffirm our commitment to the region and will build on our promise of our consumers’ expectations.”
The carrier had started the Srinagar-Sharjah flight on October 23 last year connecting Jammu and Kashmir with the United Arab Emirates after 11 years
GO FIRST has also decided to start five additional direct flights to and from Srinagar to Delhi and two additional flights between Leh and Delhi in order to cater to the additional demand created by the Amarnath Yatra on June 30.
GO FIRST currently operates nine flights daily between Delhi and Srinagar and five flights daily between Delhi and Leh.
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