Regional airline and subsidiary of flag carrier Air India, Alliance Air on Friday has announced that it will start flight operations from Nashik from June 12.
The airline will operate flights from Nasik to Hyderabad, Pune, and Ahmedabad respectively.
Alliance Air flight will be operational on all weekdays and therefore the booking for the same has already started from Tuesday evening. “We have received permissions from the Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and begin operations from Nashik in all three sectors,” said sources from Alliance Air.
The airfare for Nashik-Pune and Nashik-Ahmedabad will be Rs 1,208 and Rs 1,680 each, while for Nashik-Hyderabad it’ll be Rs 2,835.
A private airline Trujet has already started its Nashik-Ahmedabad flight from May 27. The flights will begin from Nashik airport almost two-and-a-half months after the relief in lockdown.
The 72-seater flight will commence from Hyderabad at 8.00 a.m. and will land at 9.45 a.m at Ozar airport, Nashik. From here, it’ll depart at 10.15 am and can land at Ahmedabad at 11.30 am.
The flight from Ahmedabad will start off at 4.00 pm and land in Nashik at 5.15 pm. While a departure from Nashik will be at 6.00 pm and will land in Pune at 7.15 pm. From Pune, it’ll take off at 8.00 pm and land in Nashik at 9 pm. The departure from Nashik will be at 9.25 pm and will land at Hyderabad at 11.10 pm.
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