With a focus on further strengthening India’s regional connectivity scheme — UDAN, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport managed by GVK Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) has added a new airline to its existing flight operation between Mumbai and Belgaum.
The service is facilitated by Star Air, which flies on this route four days a week —Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
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In addition to enhancing connectivity, the addition of this new service is aimed at boosting economic growth through trade and tourism. As per an official release, GVK MIAL believes that “the new airline plying between the two cities will offer greater opportunities for first time travellers to explore places beyond their hometown.
“Through the introduction of the airline and with added frequency between Mumbai and Belgaum, GVK MIAL is sure to help tourists plan their short weekend trips with direct and easy connectivity to and fro from the city boosting both trade as well as tourism.Furthermore, with Spicejet’s existing operation and the inclusion of Star Air now, GVK MIAL ultimately aims at providing an unmatched travel experience to passengers from all walks of lives across all classes and budgets.”