India’s one of the major airlines IndiGo on Thursday announced that it will be operating 22 new domestic flights from March 28 to enhance its regional connectivity.
The airline will operate new flights between Agartala – Aizawl under the RCS scheme and exclusive flights between Bhubaneswar-Patna, Jaipur-Vadodara, Chennai-Vadodara, Bengaluru-Shirdi, Patna-Kochi, and Rajahmundry-Tirupati.
IndiGo will also be commencing flights between Kolkata-Gaya, Cochin- Trivandrum, Jaipur-Surat, Chennai-Surat.
Sanjay Kumar, Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer, IndiGo said, “We are pleased to add 22 new flights including RCS routes, enhancing connectivity in the southern, western, eastern, and north-eastern regions. The introduction of these new exclusive routes will further bolster the airline’s domestic network while augmenting inter and intra-regional accessibility.”
“Direct connections between Bhubaneswar and Patna – the ancient cities; Jaipur and Vadodara – the textile hubs; Rajahmundry and Tirupati, the sacred cities, will cater to the travel demand in the cities, alongside promoting trade and tourism. IndiGo is committed to providing an affordable, on-time, safe, and hassle-free travel experience onboard our lean clean flying machine,” he added.
SpiceJet also announced on Thursday that it will start 24 new domestic flights in February from Ajmer, Jaisalmer, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru, and various cities.
SpiceJet will fly daily flights on Ahmedabad – Bengaluru – Ahmedabad, Kolkata – Guwahati, and Guwahati – Delhi routes, while flights between Ahmedabad-Bagdogra-Ahmedabad and Chennai -Kolkata -Chennai will operate three days a week while flights from Patna will operate five days a week to Bengaluru and twice a week to Surat.