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Last Updated On: 10/12/2012

The coastal South Indian city of Vishapatnam, popularly known as Vizag, will soon get a spot on the international air map for the first time thanks to Singapore Airlines' subsidiary SilkAir.

SilkAir plans to start direct services between Singapore and Visakhapatnam from October 28, 2012.

The flights will operate three times a week, departing on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, with next-day return flights.

SilkAir will operate the Vizag flights with Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft.

The service will feature both Business and Economy class cabins.

Vishapatnam, the second largest city in the state of Andra Pradesh, will be SilkAir’s eighth Indian destination.

Vizag is both a commercial and tourist hub.

Prominent tourist attractions around Vizag include the Dolphin’s Nose rock promontory, Araku Valley hill station and Borra Caves, famous for its spectacular, million-year-old stalactite and stalagmite formations.

SilkAir expects the direct flight between Vizag and Singapore will boost business and tourism in both countries.

SilkAir already flies to Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata and Thiruvananthapuram.


Kingfisher Airlines Extends Lockout

Struggling Indian carrier Kingfisher Airlines has extended the lockout to October 20, 2012.

Kingfisher declared a lockout on October 1 after some of its employees went on strike over non-paymemnt of salaries for several months.

The airline said it extended the lockout until October 20 due to "employee related issues."

The company asked the striking employees to return to work so that it can file a resumption plan with the Director General of Civil Aviation and gain their aprroval to start flying.

The airline hopes to resume operations from October 21.


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