Bangalore, Sep 2 (UNI) Kingfisher India's premier airliner, owned by liquor baron Vijay Mallya, will go international with its first flight to London flying from the city tomorrow morning.
The A-321 daily flight would take off from the newly built Bengaluru International Airport non-stop to London, marking the beginning of what was promised as the best way to fly abroad from the II capital as touted by Mr Mallya.
Addressing a press conference here, Mr Mallya said the flight would be flagged off by Union Aviation Minister Praful Patel.
The flight would offer world class services with inflight entertainment, personalised multi channel video, live TV and extra wide seats.
He said the traveller would experience a inflight food like never before. Kingfisher would offer six different types of veg and non veg menus which changes every day.
Mr Mallya said Kingfisher would provide more international flights from Bangalore which it considered as its base. Soon the garden city would be connected to San Francisco, Hong Kong, Singapore and Dubai which will all be non stop flights from this winter.
It would also introduce flights from Mumbai to destinations like Dubai and Singapore, he said.
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