Jyotiraditya Scindia, Union Minister for Civil Aviation, and Anurag Thakur, Minister of Information and Broadcasting, today kicked off the inaugural Indigo Airline aircraft from Delhi to Dharamshala to Delhi in New Delhi.
Additionally, Himachal Pradesh will have access to the rest of the nation as well as overseas locations in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe thanks to the direct flights from Delhi. Vinay Malhotra, IndiGo’s head of global sales, has stated.
Indigo airline will operate daily flights on this route
The largest airline in India, IndiGo, began operating direct flights on March 26 between Delhi and Dharamshala, launching the low-cost carrier’s service in Himachal Pradesh.
During the summer, it will “strengthen domestic connectivity, provide accessibility, and make travel more affordable and hassle-free for customers,” IndiGo stated in a release. The 78th domestic and 104th overall destination on the airline’s schedule is Dharamshala.
Head of Global Sales at IndiGo, Vinay Malhotra, stated that direct flights to Dharamshala will “provide a gateway for the tourists to explore the local markets, temples and monasteries, museums, churches, and unwind in the picturesque waterfalls and mountains of Himachal Pradesh.”
Direct flight service from Delhi
“The direct flights from Delhi will also link Himachal Pradesh to other parts of the nation and to foreign locations in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. We are steadfast in our goal to improve regional connectivity, he continued.
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The Dalai Lama resides at Dharamsala, the Himachal Pradesh state capital during the winter. Direct flights to the town would, in the words of IndiGo, “improve accessibility to nearby tourist attractions and provide more options to consumer looking for vacation in the mountains.”
According to the airline, IndiGo has a fleet of more than 300 aircraft and flies to 78 domestic and 26 foreign destinations almost 1,800 times per day.
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