Indian aviation made history last week when Air Sahara became the first private domestic carrier to offer international services, with a flight to Colombo, Sri Lanka. The flight paves the way for a surge of Indian visitors hard-strapped for seats who want to reach destinations in Southeast Asia, the U.S and Europe by using code-shares with other carriers serving Colombo.

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