Muscat: Air India Express has announced enhanced Free Baggage Allowance (FBA) of 30 kilogrammes for all passengers travelling from Muscat and Salalah to its Indian destinations until March 11, a statement from the airline said.
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In the case of Indian carriers Air India and Air India Express, booking agents said two daily Air India flights to Hyderabad and Chennai and six Air India Express flights - to Mangalore (night flight), Pune, Tiruchy, Jaipur, Lucknow and Amritsar - will operate from Sharjah from May 1.
Air India Express might revoke its free baggage allowance Air India Express, a state-owned low-cost carrier, which recently cut its free baggage allowance on flights from the Gulf to India, is likely revoke the rule within one month, a report said.
Air India Express had also announced that for every extra 10kg a cost of 30 Dirhams would be charged, which the delegation argued, affected low and middle income Indian expatriates who depend on the budget airline, Gulf News reports.
Air India Express has decided to reduce its free baggage allowance on flights operating into India from the Gulf from 30kg to 20kg per passenger and charge Dh50 for the extra 10kg.
Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala, had been well-connected from Bahrain with several flights a week operated by Gulf Air, Air India Express and Bahrain Air.