Alliance Air passengers from Kandla can now conveniently travel to Nashik and Hyderabad via Ahmedabad which will significantly reduce their travel time.
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Alliance Air, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Air India, flagged-off its first direct flight between Ahmedabad and port town Kandla on November 18 making it the 228th route under the UDAN-RCS scheme. The inaugural event was attended by Mannu Anand, Head of Marketing, Alliance Air and Manog Gangal, Airport Director, Ahmedabad. With the commencement of operations to Kandla, Alliance Air will operate daily flights between Monday to Friday every week at an affordable price. Alliance Air is now operating on 50 routes allotted to the airline under the UDAN-RCS scheme and has also begun operations to and from Chandigarh-Dharamshala on 16th November 2019 that it bagged in the UDAN 2 and UDAN 3.1 of UDAN-RCS route under the scheme.
With the launch of flight services, passengers from Kandla can now conveniently travel to Nashik and Hyderabad via Ahmedabad which will significantly reduce their travel time. This is the third flight to operate from Kandla airport. Currently, Spicejet and Truejet operate a daily flight for Mumbai and Ahmedabad. This also provides better connectivity for Kutch commercial hub Gandhidham and the country’s major port, Dindayal port.