Alliance Air had stopped its Belagavi to Bengaluru Flight last month citing technical reasons and has resumed it Belagavi to Pune Flight.
On the same lines, the morning flight from Bengaluru by SpiceJet has been discontinued, for reasons not mentioned.
For the Summer schedule we have lost 2 flights to Bengaluru one being an important morning one.
uniindia.com shared a story Alliance air to start service from Hubballi. Here an inference can be made that the Bengaluru flight from Belagavi has been shifted to Hubballi and as per the article, Spicejet has been asked to start a morning flight from Bengaluru.
So if one can join the dots from the above story, the flights from Belagavi have been shifted to Hubballi, if we can say so.
Now that we don’t have a strong voice, nor that we had one earlier, it was the people themselves who started #SaveIXG and got Belagavi to be the third busiest airport in the state.
The summer schedule is not yet available in the public domain, but these two flights have been removed and no booking is available.
Belagavi has always been a victim of ill-treatment from all the governments, not to blame anyone. Our political lobbying is very less, or let’s say ZERO.
Many of the projects sanctioned for Belagavi have gone to Hubbali-Dharwad for which we must congratulate them for the strong lobbying.
The vacuum created after the demise of Shri Suresh Angadi is huge and the current political scenario is very clouded.
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What the other authorities in power are doing dont they have the guts to fight for good in belgaum.
The way things are moving one day the IXG Airport will be used for Go Karting…God save us Belgaumites !
BAD NEWS FOR BELGAUMITES THAT ONE BY ONE AIRWAYS ARE DISCOUNTINUE THEIR FLIGHTS. IF THIS IS FOLLOWED BY OTHER AIRLINES THEN ONCE AGAIN IXG WILL BE CLOSED. THE RESPONSIBLE MINISTER S SHOULD INTERFARE AND MAKE THINGS GOOD FOR IXG..
What else you can expect when belgaum politicians are busy in CD scandals.
Ha ha. lolzz
This situation was expected. We need a guardian for our City who can look into this and come with more development. Day is not far when we remain domestic and neighbours connect international.. We have lost many important institutes and once upon a time flights too..
It’s high time government should think of all round development across the state rather focussing on few cities..
Shri prabhakar kore pls get it noticed at Delhi so that the higher authorities know the situation here. Y all the benefits for Hubli Dharwad when belgaum is more capable than Hubli dharwad.as it was the first airport in the country..
Belgaum is not the first airport in India. First Military and Commercial airport in India is Juhu aerodrome, Bombay (Mumbai) started in the 1928.
Belgaum airport was a result of World-War need and was started in 1942 by British Royal Air Force.
What justifications are offered by these Airlines to stop their airflights in question ????? Or it is just their whims & fancies?
If any thing is happen may be cancellation of flight Hubballi Dharwad leaders strong lobbying is responsible for this ,Akhir kab thak Hubballi valo pay thikara phoddenghe if any kind of industry or infrastructure project will comes again you will start crying just stop blaming Hubballi Dharwad and it’s lobbying . very good morning and happy holi to all belgaumites
It was expected. What we can expect other than this when we have selfish administration. We have lost so many infrastructure facility though belgaum is capable. Most of the facility has gone to Hubballi Dharwad because of week administration people in Belgaum. The only way is not to wait for any politians voice raise because no one politician wíll raise voice. Belgaum people should only raise a voice.
I think the prominent people like Prabhakar Kore , Kiran Thakur , Abhay Patil , Sanjay Patil , Laxmi Hebbalkar Katti Brothers should intervene and restore the flight to Bangalore’ if they do so people of Belgaum will be highly obliged
Mujhe lagta he belgavi bhasha vivad ka sikar hamesa jhelega