Muscat: The budget airline, SalamAir, revealed that it is in discussions with the competent Indian authorities for services to South India, including Kochi in the state of Kerala.
Speaking exclusively to Observer, Mohamed Ahmed, CEO, SalamAir, said, “I met with the Indian officials in Delhi recently for talks on the traffic rights and we still have some formalities to be completed. We are trying for the destinations in South India and Kochi is one of the stations we are aiming for.”
About the plans for the recently opened Kannur airport in Kerala, he said the Indian authorities have not yet opened the airport for foreign airlines. “Whenever the option is available, we will give top priority to Kannur.”