Flybig is launching its services across northeast India, starting from the second week of May 2021.
Flights will connect Guwahati, Rupsi, and Kolkata initially. Subsequently, services will also be launched on routes connecting Agartala, Dibrugarh, Tezu, and Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh with Guwahati and Shillong.
Below are the new routes that will be launched in phases:
- Guwahati (GAU)-Rupsi (RUP)
- Rupsi (RUP)-Kolkata (CCU)
- Kolkata (CCU)-Rupsi (RUP)
- Agartala (IXA)-Dibrugarh (DIB)
- Dibrugarh (DIB)-Agartala (IXA
- Pasighat (IXT)- Guwahati (GAU)
- Pasighat (IXT)- Shillong (SHL)
- Shillong (SHL)- Pasighat (IXT)
Flybig operates ATR72 type of aircraft across its sectors.
Captain Srinivas Rao, CEO, Flybig said:
“We are extremely happy that Flybig is taking its vision one step ahead by commencing the operations in northeast India and providing regional connectivity to remote areas like Rupsi, Pasighat, and Tezu.
“We are determined to provide essential and safe travel to everyone at this crucial time our country is going through. I am grateful to the government for the Regional Connectivity Scheme which has made travel affordable for the common man. In years to come, we will boost connectivity in more regional spaces.”
Tickets for the new routes are now available. Passengers can make the bookings directly through Flybig website, online travel agencies, and regional travel partners.