GoAir’s new routes from were celebrated at Delhi International Airport by Bhupesh Joshi, Terminal Operations Officer, along with his team, Go Air officials and CISF. Joshi lit the lamp for the new routes to wish them the best of luck.
In Ranchi, the airport director cut the ribbon for GoAir’s new service operating from Delhi via Kolkata. The traditional lamp was also lit for the new route.
Also in Kolkata, a lamp was lit for GoAir’s new route.
- GoAir, the Indian low-cost carrier, launched its first new routes since October last year when it now began operating three new services on 8 October. Each route is operated daily with the airline’s 180-seat A320s. From Delhi (DEL), the airline now operates to Kolkata (CCU) and Ranchi (IXR), and from Kolkata, a new route was launched to Port Blair (IXZ). On all three routes, GoAir faces competition. Between Delhi and Kolkata, Air India operates 35 times a week, IndiGo 34, SpiceJet 28, Jet Airways 20, Kingfisher 14, and JetLite 14, while the Ranchi route is operated in competition with Air India’s 13 flights a week as well as each daily flights on Kingfisher Airlines and Jet Airways. Between Kolkata and Port Blair, Air India and JetLite also operate each daily.