As of May 12, Air India Express will operate its Indore to Sharjah and back to Indore flight twice weekly instead of three times each week.
The flight on Fridays has been canceled. However, the flights on Saturdays and Mondays will still run as normal. The airline changed the destination of the canceled Friday flight to Chandigarh. According to the notice, Chandigarh will operate the Friday flight instead of Indore, according to airport representatives.
Air India Express Flights reductions between Indore and Sharjah
This decision was reportedly made in response to fewer passengers. Officials at the Airport Authority of India (AAI) reported this development on Monday. On March 31 of this year, Air India Express, a member of the Tata group, began operating the three times weekly trip between Indore and Sharjah.
According to sources, the aircraft has not received a positive reception since its launch, and most planes are currently operating at half capacity.
The airline changed the destination of the canceled Friday flight to Chandigarh. According to the notice, Chandigarh will operate the Friday flight instead of Indore, according to airport representatives.
Flight from Sharjah is 3.15 hours late
On Monday morning, there was a problem because the flight from the city’s Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport to Sharjah International Airport was delayed by 3.15 hours.
According to airport sources, Air India Express flight IX-256/255 leaves Sharjah International Airport in the United Arab Emirates for the city airport at 7.35 am and returns to Sharjah International Airport in the United Arab Emirates at 10.35 am. Around 8 a.m., travelers began arriving at the airport.
However, they were told about the flight’s arrival from Sharjah being delayed. As opposed to its scheduled arrival time of 7.35 am, the airplane finally touched down at Sharjah International Airport at 12.44 hours.
After that, it took off from here at 10.35 am instead of 1.50 pm as scheduled and returned to Sharjah International Airport. According to the airline, operational difficulties were to blame for the delay.
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