The long wait is over; Air service to Jaipur from today

The long wait is over; Air service to Jaipur from today

Jaipur: The long wait is over. After many years of demand, it has been informed that Koraput district administration will start flight operations (non-scheduled services) from Jaipur airport from today. India One Air flight number 179133 will depart from Bhubaneswar at 10:00 am and arrive at Jaipur at 11:35 am. Similarly, it has been informed that this flight No. 179134 will depart from Jaipur at 12:20 and reach Bhubaneswar at 1.55 minutes.

However, it has been reported that the flight (9 seats) has been placed in the non-scheduled category. It means that there is no clear information about whether it will operate regularly or not.

The long wait is over; Air service to Jaipur from today
The long wait is over; Air service to Jaipur from today

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It is reported that a team led by Saroj Sahu arrived in Jaipur from Bhubaneswar airport on Wednesday. Last July 21 and 22, a team of three people came from Delhi and supervised the expansion of Jaipur Airport. The DGCA team suggested to fix some other functions of the airport. After this, it has been reported that such tests are being conducted by India One Air Company, which has contracted to fly from Jaipur in the flight plan.

However, the tender process for the airport has been started since last year, but it has not been completed yet. Work is running late. However, it is reported that the central and state governments are going to start this air service from today, respecting the long-standing demands of the people.

As the work of the airport has not yet been completed, there is a doubt whether this air service will be regular or not. It has been reported that a platoon of police force was deployed at the airport two or four days ago. On the other hand, after this news was spread, the people of Koraput district felt a wave of happiness.

It has been informed that interested passengers can purchase tickets directly at the airport. On the other hand, Koraput Zilapal Abdal M. Taking Akhtar’s response, he acknowledged the airline, although he did not specifically say when it would start regular flights.

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