India's leading private air carrier Kingfisher Airlines has launched two new international flights connecting the UAE to New Delhi and Mumbai.
The new routes -- from Dubai to New Delhi, and Dubai to Mumbai, mean Kingfisher now operates 21 weekly flights between the UAE and India, the company said in a statement.
All flights on the new routes are being operated with Kingfisher Airlines' Airbus A320 fleet.
The flights on the Dubai-New Delhi route would include a dual-class cabin with five-star luxury on Kingfisher First and Kingfisher Class while the Dubai-Mumbai flight would include only the Kingfisher Class.
"I am delighted to announce the launch of the two new flights from Dubai to India," Vijay Mallya, the airline's chairman and chief executive officer said.
"Kingfisher Airlines has redefined the whole experience of flying and with the launch of these new flights, discerning flyers on these popular international routes will now have the choice of travelling with India's favourite airline," he said in a statement.
Kingfisher Airlines will be the only airline to operate from the UAE to Mumbai, New Delhi and Bangalore.
The Dubai-Mumbai flight offers numerous connecting flights to Bhubaneswar, Goa, Udaipur and Nagpur, the company said.