Star Air, part of the diversified Sanjay Ghodawat Group, is scheduled to connect Northern Karnataka with the national capital by starting commercial operations between Hubballi and Hindon (Delhi) on 6th November 2019 under the UDAN scheme.
With the commencement of this flight, Star Air will become the first airline in India to connect these two regions with air travel services. This route will also be the longest commercial air travel route under UDAN-RCS (Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik), a regional airport development and Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) of the Government of India.
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa is expected to grace the launch.
Star Air has already opened sales for this route on 7th October. The airline is scheduled to provide non-stop services between Hubballi and Hindon at an introductory price of Rs 3,699.
Currently, Star Air provides its services to six Indian cities: Mumbai, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Tirupati, Hubballi and Belagavi. Hindon, Delhi’s second airport, will be 7th on the list. The company says more cities are expected to be added in the months to come.
Source: Star Air
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