VERONA, ITALY- Italian carrier Neos Air (NO) announces its plans to start flights between Amritsar (ATQ), India, and Verona (VRN), Italy.
Neos Air Amritsar Verona Flights
The 20-year-old carrier will operate one weekly flight between two cities. Due to the range limitations of the 737 MAX, the airline will require to add the fuel stop at Tbilisi (TBS), Georgia. Further, the fuel stop will require the planes to remain on the ground for 50 minutes.
Neos Air will operate a flight from VRN to ATQ on Tuesday and a return flight from ATQ to VRN on Wednesday.
The following are the flight timings:
NO277 ATQ 12:40-16:35 TBS
NO277 TBS 17:25-18:35 VRN
NO276 VRN 22:00-04:40 TBS
NO276 TBS 05:30-11:40 ATQ
The airline headquartered in Milan Malpensa (MXP) will commence these flights from November 1, 2023 onwards. Furthermore, Amritsar is the only Indian city in which Neos Air operates its flights
The one-way ticket fare from Amritsar to Verona is starting at $563 or roughly 46,300 Indian rupees [Rs]. While the one-way ticket fare from Verona to Amritsar is starting from $348 or roughly 29,600 Rs.
Currently, the airline only provides economy class seats and has segregated them into three sections, Economy PROMO, RELAX, and FREEDOM.
About Neos Air
NEOS, established in June 2001 with a steadfast commitment to delivering high-quality air transport services both in the air and on the ground, obtained its Air Carrier Certificate from the National Civil Aviation Body (ENAC) on March 7, 2002.
The following day, its inaugural Boeing 737-800W (Winglet) aircraft, I-NEOS “City of Milan,” embarked on its first journey from Milan Malpensa to Senegal (Dakar and Cap Skirring).
Regular flights commenced in October of the same year, making NEOS the exclusive Italian air carrier authorized to operate the Italy-Cape Verde route.
Subsequently, it expanded its routes to include the Canary Islands in August 2003 and numerous popular Mediterranean holiday destinations in the summer of 2004.
Long-haul flights began in December 2004, facilitated by six Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. With the first being commissioned on December 13, 2017, and the latest on February 16, 2021.
NEOS has been the first Italian airline certified under JAR OPS regulations since its inception. It conducts technical maintenance on its own aircraft as well as other carriers at Milan Malpensa airport, employing its own personnel and adhering to JAR 145 guidelines.
The airline also operates training programs for pilots and flight assistants on Boeing 737-800 and 787-9 at its headquarters, holding the TRTO certificate granted in September 2002.
NEOS maintains bases at Milan Malpensa, Verona, and Bologna airports, operating daily regular and charter flights from each of these locations.
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