Gurgaon (TAN): IndiGo has announced to operate daily non-stop return flights from Kannur to Chennai, Hyderabad, and Hubli from this month.
Kannur International Airport, all set to become IndiGo’s 67th destination, is the fourth international airport in Kerala, the only state in the country with four international airports.
IndiGo will start the operations from January 25, 2019.
October 10 (TravelAndy): Jet Airways will introduce three new international services to its global network this winter, besides reinforcing six existing routes with additional flights.
The carrier will introduce its first non-stop service between New Delhi and Riyadh. It will also deploy additional flights on the Mumbai-Riyadh, Mumbai-Kuwait, Delhi-Doha and Delhi-Dammam sectors.
Effective October 29, 2017, new non-stop flights will commence connecting Bengaluru and Chennai to the airline’s gateways in Amsterdam and Paris as part of the carrier’s strategy to connect more cities, especially in South India to destinations in Europe and North America. Continue reading Jet to start three new flights
Tha airline will operate daily flights from Hyderabad to Chennai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar and Port Blair, said the airline.
Tickets for their flights are already on sale.
The airline currently operates over 140 daily flights and approximately 975 weekly flights across 22 destinations.
April 22 (TravelAndy): Scoot, a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, is all set to start flights to India from May 24, 2016.
Scoot plans to operate from Singapore to three Indian cities — Chennai, Amritsar and Jaipur.
The airline will operate daily direct flights on the Singapore-Chennai route with flights departing Singapore at 22.55 and reaching Chennai at 00.10 the following day. The return flight will take off from Chennai at 01.20 and land in Singapore at 08.25. Continue reading Scoot to make India debut on May 24
July 17 (TravelAndy): Hyderabad-based budget-airline TruJet plans to pick up its flyers from their hometowns and ferry them to the airports.
The airline, which will start regular flights on the Chennai-Rajahmundry route from July 25, plans to start this service for small towns in and around Chennai, Salem and Coimbatore.
“We are yet to decide which towns to connect by road. But we want to bring people from Puducherry to Chennai airport by road. They can be put on our flights to Hyderabad or Aurangabad,” TruJet managing director Vankayalapati Umesh told The Times of India newspaper. Continue reading TruJet plans bus service for passengers