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Flights Fare Reduced From Gulf To Mangalore

Expats working in the Gulf countries have demanded a reduction in the airfare in the Mangalore-Gulf sector. The airfare in this sector is high compared to the other international airport nearby in Kannur, Kerala, several expats have pointed out.

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Sarvotham Shetty, an NRI entrepreneur from Abu Dhabi, said that on August 16, the airfare from Abu Dhabi to Mangalore is AED 750 (Rs 15,750), whereas the fare to fly to Kannur International Airport was AED 390 (Rs 8,190). Kannur airport is 150 km from Mangalore.

In the same week, the Kuwait to Mangalore airfare is AED 867, whereas to Kannur it is AED 626. “The prices in other Gulf sectors are too high. The airlines are fleecing NRIs travelling to Mangalore International Airport,” said Shetty.

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