Indigo New Flights: Indigo, the largest airline company in the domestic market, has made a plan for its passengers. Diwali Announced just before. The company has said that it has announced the operation of 8 new flights on Thursday. These flights will connect 4 cities. Out of these 8 flights, 4 flights will start operating from 30 October. At the same time, the remaining four flights (Indigo Flights) will be operated from November 1. Giving information on this matter, Indigo has shared the time table and details of all these flights. Let us know which cities will be connected by IndiGo and what will be the time table of these flights.
Indigo flights will connect these cities
IndiGo will fly these 8 new flights 3 to 4 times a week. This flight will operate between Ranchi to Bhubaneshwar, Bhopal to Udaipur, Ahmedabad to Jammu and Indore to Chandigarh. All these flights can operate at least thrice a week and maximum 4 times. It is worth noting that booking has also been started for all these flights.
Know all flight schedules
Let us inform that from October 30, 2022, according to the schedule issued by IndiGo, flight number-6E 6521 will fly between Ranchi and Bhubaneswar. This flight will take off at 10.10 am and reach Bhubaneswar at 11.30 am. This flight will fly on Monday, Wednesday and Sunday. At the same time, the flight between Bhubaneswar and Ranchi will also fly from 30 October 2022. It will also fly to Ranchi at 12.00 noon on Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays at 13.00 hrs.
At the same time, flights to and from Bhopal to Uday will operate from 1 November 2022. Its flight number will be 6E 7973/74. This flight will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. At the same time, the flight to and from Ahmedabad to Jammu will operate on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from November 30, 2022. Its flight number will be flight number- 6E 6367/68. At the same time, the flight coming from Indore to Chandigarh will operate from November 1, 2022. Its flight number is 6E 0959/6E 6738.
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