Mumbai, July 22
Loss-making Air India’s regional subsidiary Alliance Air on Wednesday introduced enlargement of its companies to reinforce connectivity to extra tier-II cities from metros, beginning Friday.
The airline is increasing operations at a time when main home carriers are struggling to function even half of their allowed capability amid demand droop because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Continuing its efforts to bolster regional connectivity, the airline is giving a number of flight choices to reinforce connectivity between metros and tier-II cities, beginning July 24, Alliance Air mentioned in a launch.
With this, passengers may have connectivity choices to Jharsuguda from Kolkata, Bhubaneswar and Raipur with a each day flight, the airline mentioned.
Nashik will get connectivity from Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Pune with a seven-day-a-week service whereas Mysuru will get enhanced connectivity from Cochin and Hyderabad with a each day flight service, it mentioned.
The plane in all of the by way of/related flights will stay the identical and the passenger doesn’t want to alter the plane, the airline mentioned within the launch. PTI