SpiceJet flies to Por­ban­dar, Kandla and Puducherry

Business Traveller (India) - - UPFRONT -

On July 10, SpiceJet launched flights on two new routes un­der the govern­ment’s UDAN scheme.

UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Naa­grik) is a govern­ment ini­tia­tive that aims to im­prove re­gional con­nec­tiv­ity by air and make air travel af­ford­able to In­di­ans. Un­der this scheme, five air­lines will op­er­ate on 128 routes, which connect 70 served, un­der-served and un­served air­ports.

Un­der UDAN’s Re­gional Con­nec­tiv­ity Scheme’s (RCS’s) first phase, SpiceJet launched daily di­rect flights be­tween Mum­bai and Por­ban­dar, and Mum­bai and Kandla.

Flight SG 2873 de­parts from Mum­bai for Por­ban­dar at 0930 and ar­rives at 1045. The re­turn flight de­parts at 1105 and lands back in Mum­bai at 1220.

Flight SG 2875 de­parts from Mum­bai at 1305 and ar­rives in Kandla at 1430. It takes off again at 1510 and lands in Mum­bai at 1650.

From Au­gust 16, it will launch a ser­vice on the Hy­der­abad-Puducherry route. Flight SG 1004 will de­part from Hy­der­abad at 1000 and ar­rive in Puducherry at 1120, only to take off at 1140 be­fore land­ing back in Hy­der­abad at 1310.

Ajay Singh – CMD, SpiceJet said,“We are proud to be amongst the pace­set­ters for the UDAN scheme. It has been our con­stant en­deav­our to en­able the com­mon man to fly since we be­gan op­er­a­tions 12 years back. We will connect many more small towns and cities in times to come.” spicejet.com

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