India’s full-service carrier, Vistara will restart operations between Delhi and Varanasi from October 10.
The Tata SIA-run airline had discontinued this service in March due to technical reasons.
The daily flight from Delhi to Varanasi will take off at 1425 and land at 1545. It will take off from Varanasi at 1620, before touching down in Delhi at 1805.
Varanasi, in Uttar Pradesh, is considered a holy city by pilgrims. It attracts large crowds who partake in the daily rituals performed on its river bank.
As an introductory offer, Vistara is offering a one-way fare of ₹1,500 (excluding taxes) between Delhi and Varanasi.
Onward connections via Delhi to and from Varanasi are available from other destinations on Vistara’s network.