* Air Arabia has doubled daily flights to New Delhi effective September 1, 2012.
The low-cost Middle Eastern carrier now offers two daily flights to India's capital city from its hub in Sharjah.
Flights to Delhi leave Sharjah International Airport daily at 7:45AM and 11:20PM (local time).
On the return leg, flights depart from Delhi International Airport at 1:05PM and 4:40AM
Air Arabia started flying to New Delihi on March 31, 2008 and has proven to be popular with students and families who fly regularly between Delhi and Sharjah.
Air Arabia considers India a major focus market and now flies to 13 cities in the country.
* Malaysia Airlines is boosting capacity to the South Indian city of Chennai by adding a daytime flight.
Starting September 1, 2012, Malaysia Airlines' daily nighttime flights to Chennai has been complemented by four weekly daytime flights on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
The daytime flight MH182 departs Kuala Lumpur at 9:35AM and arrives in Chennai at 10:45AM.
On the return trip, the flight departs Chennai at 11:45AM to arrive in Kuala Lumpur at 6:15PM.
In view of the high demand on the Kuala Lumpur-Chennai-Kuala Lumpur route, Malaysia Airlines plans to offer twice daily flights by January 5, 2013.
Malaysia Airlines is operating the new daytime flights with the 160 seat B737-800 aircraft.
To provide passengers with the feel of a wide-body cabin, Malaysia Airlines' B737-800 features higher ceilings and sculpted sidewalls.
The aircraft is fitted with 9 to 10.6 inch LCD screens, USB chargers and thinner and lighter seats.
The daytime flights add 1,280 seats in both directions on top of the existing capacity of 3,206 seats from the A330-200 daily nighttime flights.