Akasa Air will launch operations in Goa on January 11

Akasa Air will launch operations in Goa on January 11

Goa will be the 12th city on the Akasa Air network in the country. (Represent)


Akasa Air will launch operations in Goa from Panaji on Wednesday, with daily services to Mumbai and Bengaluru, the airline’s co-founder and chief commercial officer Praveen Iyer said on Tuesday.

Goa will be the 12th city in its network in the country.

“Akasa Air will offer double daily flights from Goa to Mumbai and from Goa to Bengaluru from January 11, 2023. From February 1, 2023, it will increase frequency from Goa to Bengaluru by how to add one more flight a day,” he said.

Akasa Air’s maiden flight QP1392 on the Bengaluru-Goa route is scheduled to land at 10am at the newly inaugurated Manohar International Airport (Mopa) on Wednesday.

“Goa is one of India’s most popular tourist destinations and has also recently emerged as a manufacturing base for several leading companies. The launch of Goa is the latest destination in the company’s network of destinations. Akasa Air, which facilitates connections to Mumbai and Bengaluru, reiterates the airline’s commitment to strengthen the airline’s key transport links across the country,” said Iyer.

Low-cost airline Akasa Air, backed by late stock investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, flew into Indian skies last August.

Belson Coutinho, the airline’s co-founder and chief marketing and experience officer, said: “As Akasa spreads its wings to Goa, we hope to create happy memories with the travel experience. humane and comprehensive”.

(Except for the title, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from an aggregated feed.)

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