Bengaluru Airport adds two new airlines for winter 2019

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As a part of the winter schedule, BLR Airport or Kempegowda International Airport(KIAB) — operated by Bangalore International Airport Ltd – is now connecting seven new destinations and adding two new airlines.

The winter schedule which had commenced from October 26 will be effective for five-month until March 28, 2020. The two new airlines are Ethiopian Airlines and KLM Royal Dutch, connecting Bengaluru to two new cities.

Ethiopian Airlines will offer four weekly non-stop flights to the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, which is considered to be the gateway to Africa. While KLM Royal Dutch will operate three weekly flights to Amsterdam. Read more

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