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Spicejet could continue flying from Belagavi

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This could be good news to Fliers to and form Belagavi, sources have told AAB that Spicejet which is still continuing its diverted flights from Hubballi unto March 28, 2015 could continue flying from Belagavi itself.


This has become clearer after the Air Pegasus got its air operator’s permit (AOP) on Tuesday. Based out of the Kempegowda International Airport in Bangalore, Air Pegasus will initially offer flights to Thiruvananthapuram and Hubballi. Services will be scaled up gradually to connect Kochi, Chennai, Tuticorin, Belagavi and Rajahmundry.

So Spicejet is eyeing this market segment as if it switches back to Hubballi it will have to share the market segment with the new airline.

On March 29, all domestic airlines issue their Summer time table in which this could be ratified.

3 thoughts on “Spicejet could continue flying from Belagavi”

  1. Changing of Spicejet flights every now n then affects the international passengers who schedule their tickets based on domestic flights availability, even for domestic travelers it has adverse effect considering time n schedule.
    At one stage, I had booked tickets to Bgm via Blore considering Bgm has spicejet continuity. But, later I had to cancel after flights being diverted to Hubballi. Hence, they have to issue clear cut notification as to how long it will remain flying so as to ease the travelers…

    Regular flights to/fro belgaum is really of great help/convenience for the local travelers..

  2. As per info available Air Pegasus is shortly scheduled to fly out of Bangaluru to Hubli, Kochi & Trivandrum. Air Pegasus office is already set up in Hubli. About Belgaum looks like Air Pegasus does not have immediate plans to operate.
    We have to keep our fingers crossed until end March to see if Spicejet continues its Belgaum operation or not. If Spicejet withdraws Belgaum operations then we will not have any flights from & to Belgaum.


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