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KOCHI: In its efforts to connect smaller towns and cities in the country, Air Deccan is commencing services to five new destinations such as Tiruchy, Thiruvananthapuram, Kozhikode, Aurangabad and Rajkot from February 1. With this, 51 destinations will be connected by Air Deccan, making it the largest flight network in India, a press release said.

Air Deccan said there would be a delay of about 30 days in flight operations in the Kolkata-Imphal and Chennai-Tuticorin sectors.

Passengers who had made the bookings in advance can avail themselves of a free reschedule to a later date or a full refund of the reservation amount.

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