India’s flag carrier Air India has decided to resume its flight services between Hubballi and Mumbai from February 16.
The service has been closed for almost one year in view of COVID-19 induced lockdown.
According to AI officials, the AI Airbus will fly three days a week — Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.
Sharing the information, the Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Coals and Mines Pralhad Joshi tweeted, “The Air India has introduced flights (AirBus) between Hubballi and Mumbai 3 days a week , every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. Flights service will start from February 16th.”
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The AI had commenced the flight services between the two cities from January 20, 2020 for four days a week. However, two months later it was put on hold due to the coronavirus after Mumbai emerged as a COVID-19 hotbed.
A commercial hub, Hubballi is among the important cities of Karnataka where air services were started under the UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik) scheme.
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