As part of its soon to be launched international operations, Indian full service provider, Kingfisher Airlines, plans to launch a service to Lahore, Pakistan along with other overseas destinations. In line with domestic regulations, Kingfisher will be able to launch these operations only by September 2008.
The airline has already applied to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation for permission to commence operations on the new route, under the provisions of the bilateral air services agreement signed between the two countries.
According to reports, the airline will deploy an ATR 72 aircraft on the Delhi-Lahore route.
As for other services within the Indian sub-continent, Kingfisher also plans to fly to Dhaka, Bangladesh, apart from Lahore.
The carrier intends to launch services to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, London and New York from Mumbai apart from new flights to Dubai from New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai.
The airline also has plans to connect Bangalore with New York and San Fransisco.