M/s. Ghodawat (Star Air) started its new route to Mumbai under UDAN-3 at Belagavi Airport in the Bengaluru-Belagavi-Ahmedabad-Belagavi-Mumbai-Belagavi-Bengaluru sector.
A small event was organized by M/s. Ghodawat (Star Air) to commemorate its commencement new route to Mumbai from Belagavi Airport.
The officials of the Belagavi Airport: AAI, Airlines officials, Sh. Nilesh Bhagi, Director: M/s. Ghodawat Group, Ms. Komal Jani, Station Manager and other stakeholders were present during the occasion.
The Star Air flight will operate on 4 days a week (Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday) from Belagavi Airport, arrival from Ahmedabad Airport and departure to Mumbai Airport at 1150 IST and return from Mumbai Airport at 1435 IST.
The first-day load factor is around 60%, 30 passengers in Belagavi- Mumbai route out of 50 seater Embrar 145.
The MoS, Railway addressed the gathering and expressed his satisfaction & happiness for the growth of Belagavi Airport and requested to the Airline’s representative to generate more and more employment to the local people. This is the 3 rd route and 2 nd RCS route under UDAN-3 of M/s.Ghodawat Group (Star Air). Now, Belagavi Airport is well connected with Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Pune, all the routes are under UDAN-3 except Bengaluru.
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