new Delhi: Indigo airline has decided to start operation of 4 new flights with the intention of increasing the flight connectivity in Northeast India. Under the decision, the Indigo airline will start four new non-stop flights between Delhi and Agra and Dibrugarh. The operation of these flights will start from 14th August. Airlines has started booking tickets for these flights.
Indigo will start the first direct flight between Delhi and Agartala
According to the Indigo airline, Indigo is the first airline to start direct flights between Delhi and Agartala. Earlier, passengers had to change the flight in Kolkata to travel to Agartala. There was a waste of about one and a half hours. After the non-stop flight starts on August 14, Musafir will be able to fly directly between the two destinations.
Flight from August 14 at 2:45 pm to Agartala
According to Indigo, the flight code from Delhi to Agartala starting at 6E-2047 has been set. This flight will depart from Delhi at 1:45 pm for Agartala and reach Agartala at 4.20 pm. Flight 6E-2048, which will arrive from Agartala to Delhi, will depart at 4:50 pm and reach Delhi Airport at 7:25 pm. Airlines from Delhi to Agartala has set a base price of Rs 3999.
Flight will depart for Dibrugarh at 11:45 in the morning
Following the airline, the new flight 6E-2067 from Delhi to Dibrugarh will also start from August 14. This flight will depart from Delhi from 11:45 in the morning and reach Dibrugarh at 2:25 pm. In return direction, this flight number 6E-2068 will depart from Dibrugarh at 2:55 pm and reach Delhi at 5:50 PM. Base Fare between Delhi and Dribagarh has been fixed at Rs 4,999.
Promotion of tourism and business from the start of the flight
According to William Bulter, Chief Commercial Officer of Indigo, we have started these flights in line with the government's vision of strengthening tourism in the North-East. With increasing point-to-point connectivity in this area, Agartala's rich culture and Dibrugarh's tea estate can be linked to other parts of the country. In addition, tourism and business opportunities in the surrounding areas will be redesigned.