IndiGo to start four new flights to India next month Aug 22, 2019 0 1064 12345 Satyendra Pathak Doha India’s budget airline IndiGo is all set to start four more flights from Doha to different destinations in India from next month.While the airline has added a second direct flight each to New Delhi and Hyderabad, bookings for two new destinations like Bangalore and Belgaum will start from September 8, according to an ariline official in Doha. The second direct flights on the Doha-New Delhi and Doha-Hyderabad route will start from September 16 and September 17, respectively.The second Delhi-Doha flight will depart from Delhi at 8.20 pm and will arrive at Doha at 10 pm. The Doha-Delhi flight will depart from Doha at 11 pm and will arrive in Delhi at 05.15 am. Bookings for the flight are currently available on the airline’s website. The Hyderabad-Doha flight will take off from Hyderabad at 11.40 pm and will arrive at Doha at 01.25 am. The Doha-Hyderabad flight will depart Doha at 02.25 am and will reach Hyderabad at 09.05 am.The timing of flights for the two new destinations will be available from September 8, the official said.With the addition of these two new destinations, the total number of IndiGo’s destinations from Doha to India will rise to 11. Currently, the airline flies to nine destinations in India from Doha. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Deputy Amir meets outgoing Swedish envoy Aug 22, 2019 0 1129 Qatari, son’s enforced disappearance in Saudi Arabia: NHRC Aug 22, 2019 0 543 Fully prepared for new academic year: MoI Aug 22, 2019 0 545 Registration and transfer of students in public schools to run until Sept 5 The registration and transfer of students for the academic year 2019-20 started on Wednesday in public schools for all the educational levels, according to the Ministry of Education and Higher Education. The .. South Africa exempts Qataris from entry visa requirements QNA Doha The Republic of South Africa has decided to exempt Qatari passport holders from the requirements of entry visa and allow them to stay for a period of 90 days, as of August 15, 2019. This was announced by an official .. Sudan swears in new ruling council Sudan took further steps in its transition towards civilian rule on Wednesday with the swearing in of a new sovereign council, to be followed by the appointment of a prime minister. The body replaces the Transitional .. Saudi-UAE-led coalition killed 47 Yemen fishermen in 2018: HRW A Saudi-UAE-led military coalition battling Yemen’s Houthi rebels killed dozens of fishermen in bombing attacks on fishing boats last year, a leading rights group has said. Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Wednesday called ..