There will be direct flights from Gwalior and Jabalpur to Mumbai.

  • Air travel – Good news for air travelers of Madhya Pradesh, will get relief after direct flight

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
There is good news for the air travelers of Madhya Pradesh. Now it is going to be very easy to go from Gwalior to Mumbai, Bhopal to Bangalore, Delhi to Jabalpur and Mumbai to Jabalpur. Direct flight services are going to start from all these cities between February and March.

SpiceJet is going to restart direct flight service from Delhi to Jabalpur and from Mumbai to Jabalpur. Direct flight from Delhi to Jabalpur will operate two days a week from March 1. Similarly, flight service between Mumbai and Jabalpur will start from March 2. It is noteworthy that currently flights run from Dumna Airport of Jabalpur to Indore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi and Bilaspur. At present two companies Air Alliance and Indigo are providing their services in Jabalpur. Now flights will also be operated by SpiceJet.

Gwalior-Mumbai flight starts from Tuesday – Akasa Airlines has started another flight from Gwalior to Mumbai from 27th February. At present this flight will run once a week. It will take 2 hours to travel from Gwalior to Mumbai and from Mumbai to Gwalior. Before this, a daily and weekly flight was running from Mumbai to Gwalior and from Gwalior to Mumbai. Akasa’s flight 1147 from Mumbai to Gwalior will take off from Mumbai at 12.10 pm, which will reach Gwalior by 2.00 pm. Flight number 1148 from Gwalior to Mumbai will take off at 2.40 pm and reach Mumbai at 4.40 pm. In this way it will take only 2 hours to travel.

Indigo evening flight from 29th between Bhopal and Bengaluru

If we look at the schedule of flight number 6-E 6465/66 Bengaluru-Bhopal from 29th February, it will depart from Bengaluru at 06.20 pm and reach Bhopal at 08.15 pm. The same flight will take off from Bhopal at 08.45 pm and reach Bengaluru at 10.55 pm. Currently there is a flight from Bhopal to Bengaluru at 10 am. You can get a seat in the flight starting from 29th for six to seven thousand rupees.

Scindia had announced to increase air facilities

In the first week of February, Union Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has announced plans to start flight services for Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur and Gwalior cities of Madhya Pradesh. It is said that the Civil Aviation Ministry is in talks with various private companies to start flying. In future, for the convenience of passengers, there is a possibility of starting flight services from many cities of the state to the metro cities of the country. The ministry is preparing for this.

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