The growing demand from the southern state has resulted in Gulf Air resuming its services to Hyderabad.
The airline celebrated resumption of its direct services with a ceremony held at Hyderabad International Airport.
The ceremony was attended by Gulf Air country manager for India A Hussain A Rahman, chief executive officer of GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL), S G K Kishore, members of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and airport officials.
The airline will resume the route with five weekly flights which will be operated with an Airbus A321 aircraft in a two-class configuration. The airline will offer eight falcon gold class seats and 161 economy class seats.