Star Air Bengaluru-Kalaburagi flights to commence from Nov 22

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This winter season the people of north-east Karnataka have a special reason to rejoice with the first flight connecting the region with Bengaluru from November 22. Star Air, a part of business conglomerate Sanjay Ghodawat Group, is scheduled to start its commercial services to connect north-east Karnataka with the rest of India with the world-class flights under the UDAN scheme.

It would also be the first commercial airline in India which will start operating from newly-built Kalaburagi airport.
“Operations initially will be for three days a week and later will be made all seven days!!” Sanjay Ghodawat, Chairman, SGG, announced on Twitter.

“Connecting the unconnected with affordable and world-class aviation services were some of the core reasons why we entered into the airline services,” Ghodawat said.  Read More

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