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Go First, formerly known as GoAir, will introduce 32 new flights to expand its domestic network.

Go First, formerly known as GoAir, will introduce 32 new flights to expand its domestic network. The airline will add Amritsar, Surat, Dehradun and Aizawl to its domestic network, and these airports will be connected by direct flights to and from Delhi, Mumbai, Srinagar, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Guwahati, thus enhancing regional connectivity.

The airline said that the addition of new stations will further reinfornce its robust network capacity and enhanced connectivity between metros and Tier I cities, offering added choices to the customers."We believe that the addition of these new destinations will not only make our network robust, but would also provide customers direct connectivity to metros and other important cities and beyond," said Kaushik Khona, Chief Executive Officer, Go First. (IANS/ MBI)


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Airline major IndiGo said on Saturday that it will commence 12 new flights in November 2021.

Airline major IndiGo said on Saturday that it will commence 12 new flights in November 2021. The airline, which commenced flight service between Ahmedabad and Jodhpur from November 1 and in the Bengaluru-Rajkot, Kolkata-Coimbatore, Delhi-Trivandrum and Dibrugarh-Dimapur routes from November 2, will launch service between Ahmedabad and Ranchi from November 10.

The airline said these flights are designed to cater to business and leisure travellers, who are constantly on the lookout for new and affordable flying options. Sanjay Kumar, Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer at IndiGo, said: "These routes will enhance connectivity between northern, eastern, northeastern, western, and southern regions, promoting trade and commerce. We will continue to offer new routes as per the travel demand across various sectors."At present, IndiGo has a fleet of more than 275 aircraft and operates over 1,400 daily flights, connecting 71 domestic and 24 international destinations. (IANS/ MBI)


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