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Kuwait Airways Airbus A300B4-605R 9K-AMA at Frankfurt Main airport. Kuwait Airways Airbus A300B4-605R 9K-AMA at Frankfurt Main airport. Photo by Devesh Agarwal.
Kuwait Airways Airbus A300B4-605R 9K-AMA at Frankfurt Main airport. Photo by Devesh Agarwal.

Nepal Airlines, Thai AirAsia and Kuwait Airways begin Bangalore service

Three new foreign carriers are beining services to Bangalore today. The first Nepal Airlines RA-225 was operated by an Airbus A320 (9N-AKX), the service will operate thrice a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Flight Number Origin Destination STD STA
RA-225 Kathmandu Bangalore 12:40 15:35
RA-226 Bangalore Kathmandu 16:25 19:40

The second airline to commence service today is Thai Air Asia FD-137 which is also being operated by an Airbus A320 (HS-ABW), the service will operate five times a week.

Flight Number Origin Destination STD STA
FD-137 Bangkok Don Mueang Bangalore 21:00 23:00
FD-138 Bangalore Bangkok Don Mueang 23:45 05:00+1

The final airline to begin it’s service today will be Kuwait Airways KU-353 will also be operated by an Airbus A320 and the service will operate thrice weekly.

Flight Number Origin Destination STD STA
KU-353 Kuwait City Bangalore 21:00 04:30+1
KU-354 Bangalore Kuwait City 05:30 07:55

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  • Moiz

    Thts great news for Bangalore…Heard Air China resuming Chengdu service..any info on that?

  • Rakesh

    Good to see new destinations being added to KIA, i also read in news that the following Airlines planning to add new routes to KIA: BLR-ABB by Ethiopian, BLR-ICN by Korean, BLR-NRT by ANA, BLR-IST by Turkish. Any comments on possible addition of these routes ?

  • V

    It was Royal Nepal Airlines (back then) that inaugurated international services to the HAL airport. It’s nice to see that they’re back.