Air passengers from the city of Mumbai are set get a seamless connectivity to six new global destinations in the US, UK and the Asia starting this month.
New additions include Air Italy and Uzbekistan Airways, which are going to operate from Mumbai for the first time. National carriers like Air India and private jetliners Jet Airways and GoAir too will be launching new flights to international destinations from the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.
While Air Italy will operate five times-a-week non-stop from Mumbai to Milan from October 31, Uzbekistan Airways will have three direct flights in a week between capital city Tashkent and Mumbai from October 30.
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Air India, the only Indian carrier flying directly to the US, too will commence its direct flight services from Mumbai to the German city Frankfurt.
Mumbai will also get direct connectivity to Phuket in Thailand and Male in Maldives.
In addition, Jet Airways will be connecting Mumbai to Manchester in the UK with five-times a week flight services starting November 5.
Thanks to the new non-stop routes being introduced by domestic and international airlines, Mumbai is all set to get connected to six new destinations across the world.