By October End, Nashik’s Ozar Airport Will Have Regular Flight Connectivity To Delhi And Bangalore

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
By October End, Nashik’s Ozar Airport Will Have Regular Flight Connectivity To Delhi And Bangalore

Have you visited the Ozar Airport in Nashik yet? If not, you might visit it soon. The reason behind it is its elevation of flight connectivity to more cities in India. Ozar Airport in Nashik, which currently connects to five destinations through six flights, is set for a significant expansion. It will soon have regular flights to New Delhi and Bangalore starting in October of this year. 

Nashik’s Ozar Airport Will Have New Cities To Connect

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Two significant metropolises, New Delhi and Bengaluru, are the focus of the expansion at the Nashik airport. Flight operations are expected to begin there in October 2023. Additionally, formal requests for the addition of two more cities to the airport’s network have been made to IndiGo Airlines.

As per a recent revelation, SpiceJet and IndiGo were operating out of Nashik’s Ozar Airport. However, ‘SpiceJet’ had to stop operating from Nashik because of difficulties. The only functioning entity at the moment is called “IndiGo,” which offers flights to five cities: Ahmedabad (with two flights), Nagpur, Goa, Indore, and Hyderabad.

Notably, significant initiatives are under way to meet this demand. ‘IndiGo’ is scheduled to launch services to New Delhi and Bengaluru on October 29 after making encouraging progress. Travelers should anticipate that reservations will open on October 1. (as per Pune Pulse)

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800 Passengers Daily Inflow And Outflow

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Passengers have given the services offered positive reviews, but the need for greater connectivity has prompted regional businesspeople and tourism organizations to advocate for more flying options.

Currently, Ozar Airport handles around eight hundred passengers daily inflow and outflow. After October, this number is predicted to increase to 1500 due to the anticipated expansion. Entrepreneurs have also mentioned Varanasi, Jaipur, Chennai, and Kolkata as four prospective sites for improved aviation connections. A formal proposal to begin service to at least two of these cities by the end of this year has been made to the airlines.

Fortunately, there are signs that “Air Akasa,” working with “IndiGo,” will begin offering services in Nashik at the beginning of the following year. (as per Pune Pulse)

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