IndiGo launches direct flight services between the national capital (New Delhi) and Karantaka’s Hubballi to expand its domestic air network. These new flight services will be available for passengers from today (November 14). This new air route will strengthen and enhance air connectivity between Northern and Southern India. Hubballi being commercially strong is often referred to as ‘Mini Mumbai’, and with the commencement of this new air route, it will further promote tourism and make travel affordable. The flight was flagged off virtually by Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, and Ministers like Ramesh Bidhuri, along with Union Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Coal and Mines Pralhad Joshi.
On November 10, the Indian low-cost carrier announced that it will start operating its commercial flights from the newly built Donyi Polo Airport, Arunachal Pradesh’s first civil airport, on November 28. Except on Wednesdays, the flights will take off every day from Hollongi , to Mumbai and Kolkata.
Further, a few weeks ago, IndiGo announced the commencement of eight new, exclusive flights on the Bhopal-Udaipur, Ahmedabad-Jammu, Ranchi-Bhubaneswar, and Indore-Chandigarh routes in its winter 2022 timetable in an effort to improve domestic connectivity.
We thank all of you for gracing the event with your presence. New sectors connecting different corners of the nation will indeed have a positive impact on both tourism and commerce. Looking forward to seeing everyone on-board real soon. @JM_Scindia @JoshiPralhad @rameshbidhuri https://t.co/daZf2mvf04— IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) November 14, 2022
The Bhopal-Udaipur flight will be a Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) route and will improve accessibility across the states as one of these new linkages. Talking about international air routes, IndiGo a few weeks ago began daily direct flight operations between Mumbai and Ras Al-Khaimah (United Arab Emirates). Ras Al-Khaimah is the 6E network’s 100th overall destination and 11th in the Middle East.