Alliance Air to fly from July 11 from IXG to BLR

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There is good news for air travelers as Alliance Air has opened its booking for its Belagavi to Bengaluru flight, which will commence from July 11, 2018.

From July 1, SpiceJet will stop its flights from Belagavi and this is a welcome announcement.

Currently, it will be only for 3 days week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.


Type of Aircraft: ATR-72

9I-513 BLR/IXG – 1540/1705 DAY- TUE

9I-514 IXG/BLR – 1735/1845 DAY- TUE

9I-513 BLR/IXG – 1410/1535 DAYS- WED & SAT

9I-514 IXG/BLR – 1605/1725 DAYS- WED & SAT

Speaking to AAB, Kewal Nerlekar of Mayur World Travels said that, this is a very good sign for the air travellers and we have commenced the bookings.

Alliance Air is a subsidiary of Air India and has been in the market since 1996. They operate to almost 50 destinations within India with a fleet of 14 ATR-72 (70 seater) and 2 ATR-42 (48 seater) Aircraft. Alliance Air has approximately 102 flight departures daily.

Alliance Air is in the process of inducting additional 70 seater ATR-72-600 type of turbo prop aircraft in order to improve Regional Air Connectivity by connecting metros to smaller cities. The Flight schedules of Alliance Air are structured in a manner which enables easy connection to/from Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities via the hubs of Delhi, Jaipur, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai and Vizag. Alliance Air provides connections to International Stations through its hubs on Air India Flights.

Alliance Air serves complimentary light vegetarian refreshments on board it’s network.

8 thoughts on “Alliance Air to fly from July 11 from IXG to BLR”

  1. Good news atlast, but disappointing that its not daily flight. Even thrice in a week is mistimed. I would like to suggest Fri, Sun and Wed is better & convenient for passengers untill daily flight starts. Thank you.

  2. No one knows the logic ,why the Airport was extended?why the fights with ATR-72-600 are put in operation when the Airport is suitable for A320 Aircrafts? Why there is a flight only to Bangalore that to 3 times a week,when actually an A320 Aircraft should have been operated between Bangalore and Mumbai via Belgaum?

  3. Things one cannot digest:-
    1.No one understands the logic of extending the runway suitable for A320 & Boeing 737-800 Aircraft and making ATR-72-600 land.
    2.There is a good load factor between Belgaum -Bangalore and Belgaum -Mumbai.A A320 /Boeing 737-800Aircraft could be made operational with a Hopover at Belgaum.
    3.There are only 3 flights a week to Bangalore and no other city.
    4.This is akin to giving a peppermint when a Cadbury Chocolate is required.
    5.The stir Save IXG should be continued.

  4. Gr8!! Awaiting to see Air india flight from Mumbai to Belagavi , this shall be a best international connection for huge number of NRIs in Belagavi struggling to reach their home travelling +500km ( Mumbai or Bangalore) with larger luggage thereby increasing the flight occupancy around the year. #airindia

  5. Good news but still we need it shd be extended upto Mumbai. Action shd have been done taken for this by this time!!!.we see so many people giving letter to concerned central minister. Hope he will take action asap.

  6. Belgaum political leaders have will to get flight connectivity. You can see the progress made by Hubli airport due political backing of local MP who had announced two years back that he would see that Air India would operate A319 flights to Mumbai and Bangalore and he saw that the same is fulfilled. We need such powerful leaders for Belgaum.


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