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     GoAir Launches Flights from Mumbai and Delhi to Abu Dhabi International Airport
Abu Dhabi Airports has welcomed GoAir’s launch of daily new flights connecting the two most important Indian cities - Mumbai and Delhi to the capital city of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi.
GoAir’s inaugural flight from Mumbai and Delhi to Abu Dhabi was received with warmth and fanfare, as the Indian subcontinent remains one of the most popular destinations for travelers departing from the UAE. Delhi is the capital of India and Mumbai is considered as the financial capital of the world’s 6th largest economy.
Maarten De Groof, Chief Commercial Officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, said: “I reiterate the fact that GoAir is our most promising new partner and we are pleased to welcome GoAir’s flights from Mumbai and Delhi to Abu Dhabi. India continues to be been one of our largest and most important areas of operations, and we and look forward to ensuring GoAir’s guests enjoy a comfortable and efficient experience throughout Abu Dhabi International Airport where we continue to deploy world-class smart travel solutions, attractive retail offerings, and relaxing lounge spaces.
“This additional service to Abu Dhabi reflects the capital’s status as a key destination and transit hub for business and leisure travelers, forms a part of our strategy to attract new airlines to our network, and will support tourism growth in the Emirate,” added De Groof.
Mr. Jeh Wadia, Managing Director of GoAir, said: “Our daily flights between Mumbai/ Delhi and Abu Dhabi is a manifestation of GoAir’s vision for the Middle East. Here we are, in less than six months, with a new set of routes that symbolizes business and leisure and also reminds us of the historically strong Indian–UAE relationship. GoAir is India’s fastest growing airline and we see Abu Dhabi as the logical extension of our operations. GoAir is delighted to work with Abu Dhabi Airports and its management. I welcome aboard passengers from Mumbai, Delhi and Abu Dhabi on daily direct flight services. FlySmart, fly GoAir.
Earlier this year, GoAir and Safar Travel & Tourism announced the inauguration of the airline’s first flight between Kannur International Airport and Abu Dhabi International Airport. GoAir is India’s fastest growing airline, committed to providing travelers value for their money through the highest standards of customer service delivery and affordable air fares. With its 50 Airbus A320 fleet of aircraft, the airline offers more than 270 daily flights and approximately 1,600 weekly flights across domestic and international destinations.

Safar Travel & Tourism represents NAS Aviation
On 13 March 2008, Mr. Rashed Abdul Jalil Al Fahim, Managing Director of Alfahim Group and Mr. Kyle Haywood, Chief Commercial Officer of National Air Services (NAS) Aviation, signed a GSA agreement for the representation of NAS in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain through Safar Travel and Tourism.
NAS is considered the first economical airline in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), which ensures accessibility to various regions in KSA at low prices. It was first launched in February 2007; however the airline has been successful in launching 20 points of flight departures throughout KSA in only one year.
Mr. Rashed praised the efforts of NAS in supporting airline traffic in Abu Dhabi and promoting local and Middle Eastern tourism through its services.
“We are keen on expanding our services and adding new airlines to our existing ones to obtain exclusive offers and seat availability to benefit individual and corporate clients through our various divisions; Safar Business Travel Services, Safar Holidays, Safar Adventures, Safar MICE and Safar Cargo,” added Mr. Mohammed Al Amiri, General Manager of Safar
Mr. Hussein Nalkhanday, Managing Director – Scheduled Airlines in NAS, Mr. Khalid Al Fahim, CEO of Products and Services in Alfahim Group, Mr. Mohammed Al Amiri, Mr. Ismail Juha, Sales Manager of Safar and Mr. Mahmoud Fadeel, Legal Advisor of Alfahim Group were present to further mark this memorable moment.

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