New Delhi, April 20 (IANS) country-wide passenger carrier Air India on Wednesday said it’ll start flight service at the Mumbai-Bhavnagar region from April 21. In step with the airline, the brand new flight carrier is a part of its ‘connect India’ program, which intends to bolster local connectivity. “Air India will operate the first-ever flight on Mumbai-Bhavnagar area from April 21, by way of its wholly-owned subsidiary Alliance Air,” the airline stated in a declaration.
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“The flight can be a massive alleviation to frequent flyers among Bhavnagar and Mumbai and function 4 days per week.” The airline elaborated that the new service may be operated on a 70-seater ATR 72-600 plane. Lately, Air India began services to Bangalore-Vijyavada and Kolkata-Agartala sectors as part of its ‘connect India’ scheme.