Kingfisher to start international service early 2008

Indian carrier Kingfisher Airlines, together with its low-fare airline Deccan, plans to fly directly to dozens of destinations outside India as part of an ambitious launch of international operations that are scheduled for early next year. The first international flight is planned to start between Bangalore and San Francisco by April.
Kingfisher is customer of 5 Airbus A380 (+5 options), with first delivery expected in 2011 and 20 Airbus A350-800 XWB (+10 options), with first delivery expected in 2013.

The scheduled flight plan as follows:

1 flight
China – Hong Kong/Guangzhou/Beijing/Shanghai; Canada – Vancouver/Toronto; Switzerland – Zürich/Geneva; USA – San Francisco; Kuwait – Kuwait City; Germany – Düsseldorf; Australia – Sydney; South Africa – Johannesburg; Nepal – Kathmandu

2 flights
USA – New York; UK – London; Qatar – Doha; Sri Lanka – Colombo

4 flights
Oman – Muscat; Bahrain – Manama; UAE – Sharjah

5 flights
Thailand – Bangkok; Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur

7 flights
UAE – Dubai

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