GoAir to launch direct Mumbai-Leh flights this summer

GoAir to launch direct Mumbai-Leh flights this summer

Low-cost airline GoAir will launch direct non-stop flights between Mumbai and Leh in the summer schedule, which will begin on March 27. Other than this, the summer schedule will introduce a Bangalore-Port Blair flight as well.

The airline willl operate a daily flight, G8 386, which is scheduled to depart Mumbai daily at 4am and land in Leh at 6.15am. On Monday, the cheapest fare on the Mumbai-Leh GoAir return flight for travel on April 5 and return a week later was Rs 11,000.

“GoAir also announced daily direct connectivity between Bengaluru, Patna and Ranchi. Additional frequencies with improved timings have also been introduced connecting 10 Indian cities,” said a GoAir release issued on Monday.
“Ranchi, Lucknow and Patna will see increased daily frequencies from Delhi. Srinagar will be additionally connected with Mumbai. Leh will also see an additional frequency to Srinagar,” it added.
Commenting on the network changes, Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, CEO, GoAir said that the new summer schedule follows the principle of connecting the triangle of Mumbai-Delhi-Bengaluru with better timings and connectivity from these main hubs to tier 2 and tier 3 cities. “The schedules have been planned to allow quick and convenient connections for customers,” he added.

News Source: timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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