Indigo has added Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh to its network.
Starting from March 28, 2021, the low-cost carrier will connect Kurnool with Bengaluru, Visakhapatnam, and Chennai, under the regional connectivity scheme.
|Flight No.||Departure||Arrival||Time of Departure||Time of arrival||Frequency|
|6E 7911||Bengaluru||Kurnool||0905 hours||1010 hours||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday|
|6E 7914||Kurnool||Bengaluru||1515 hours||1625 hours||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday|
|6E 7913||Visakhapatnam||Kurnool||1300 hours||1455 hours||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday|
|6E 7912||Kurnool||Visakhapatnam||1030 hours||1240 hours||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday|
|6E 7915||Chennai||Kurnool||1450 hours||1610 hours||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday|
|6E 7916||Kurnool||Chennai||1630 hours||1750 hours||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday|
In addition to offering more options for tourists travelling on these routes, the service will also enhance connectivity for government officials travelling to and from Kurnool.
Sanjay Kumar, chief strategy and revenue officer, Indigo said, “We are pleased to add Kurnool as our new domestic destination in our 6E network. It will strategically enhance regional connectivity in southern India, as Kurnool will be one of three capitals in the state of Andhra Pradesh, as well as the node for the upcoming Hyderabad-Bengaluru Industrial Corridor.
“These flights will not only strengthen connectivity within and from Andhra Pradesh to Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, but also promote trade and commerce in the region. Kurnool is also known for tourist attractions such Ahobilam, Nallamala Forest, Belum Caves, which will attract domestic tourists as Indians focus on exploring the country this year.”
Bookings for these flights will start from February 1, 2021.