The airline officials said in a statement that the new service will start on December 15. A321 Neo aircraft will be used for the service. There are four weekly flights between Doha and Mumbai.
Doha will be the 50th airport to be served by Vistara Airlines. Ticket prices start from Rs 30,599. Vinod Kannan, the airline’s Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are delighted to be able to launch a direct service from Mumbai to Doha, a growing financial hub in the Middle East. This move not only further strengthens Vistara’s presence in the Gulf region, but also enhances its network offering from the Mumbai hub, he said.
Vistara Air currently operates services to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah in UAE, Dammam, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and Muscat in Oman.
is coming These are direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai.
Certificates were distributed
Doha: Certificates and prizes were distributed to the students who completed their secondary religious studies this year in a graduation ceremony organized at Almadrasa Al Islamia Santiniketan Wakrah. This year, 21 students have completed their secondary education from the madrasa.
CIC Vice President Arshad inaugurated the graduation ceremony. Shantiniketan Indian School Principal Rafiq Rahim, Vice Principal Dr. Salil Hassan and Women India President Nahiya Bivi spoke.
Shantiniketan Indian School Administrator Abdus Salam, CIC Wakra Zonal President Mustafa, Principal Rafiq Rahim, Dr. Salil Hassan, PTA President Azharali, PTA Treasurer Shahidali KK and Executive Member Muhammad Saleem PM distributed the certificates and prizes.
Madrasa principal Adam MT presided over the function. Jameel Falahi gave the welcome and PV Nisar gave the vote of thanks. Shasia VP performed Quran recitation and Hansha and party sang. Nabeel Omassery, Abdullah P, teachers Zuhra, Khadija, Umaiban etc. led.