Budget carrier Goair will begin operations to Muscat, its third international destination, from the recently commissioned Kannur international airport in northern Kerala, from February 28.
The Wadia group-run airline, which commenced international operations last October, will fly non-stop to the Omanese capital thrice a week from Kannur, the airline said in a statement Friday.
The airline is the second domestic carrier after Air India Express to have international flights from the newly- launched airport, which is the fourth in the state.
"We are adding Muscat as our third international destination. Muscat is a key market for us and is in line with our growth strategy and more so for the Middle East," said Jeh Wadia, managing director, Goair.