Mumbai: Budget carrier GoAir will begin operations to Muscat, its third international destination, from the recently commissioned Kannur International Airport, from February 28.
The Wadia group-run airline, which commenced international operations last October, will fly non-stop to the Omanese capital thrice a week from Kannur, the airline said in a statement on Friday.
Muscat is GoAir's the third international destination from Kannur.
GoAir will operate three direct flight services per week between Kannur – Muscat – Kannur
The airline is the second domestic carrier after Air India Express to have international flights from the newly – launched airport, which is the fourth in the tiny state.
On the domestic front, GoAir currently connects Kannur to Bengaluru with 13 weekly flights, Chennai with four weekly flights and Hyderabad with three weekly flights.
The airline also recently introduced direct daily connectivity to Phuket from Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru.
It also operates four direct weekly flights on the Mumbai-Male route, three weekly flights on Delhi-Male route and two weekly flights on Bengaluru-Male route.