Bangalore based Indian airline Star Air has announced that due to growing public demand has decided to increase its operations to multiple air travel routes
“On Kalaburagi – Bengaluru, and Hubballi – Hindon (Delhi) sector, Star Air is currently providing flight services thrice a week. However, from 15 February 2020, our flight frequency on Kalaburagi – Bengaluru & Hubballi – Hindon (Delhi) route would be increased to 6 days/week and 5 days/week respectively,” said Simran Singh Tiwana Star Air CEO.
There had been a long-standing demand to start flight services connecting Kalaburagi – Bengaluru, and Hubballi – Hindon (Delhi). People of these regions had to travel with hassle and discomfort while moving between these cities.
Their travel inconvenience problem is solved by Star Air by commencing its services on these routes for the first time in history. Since the launch of its flight services, the airline has been receiving a phenomenal response from its customers. And now to fulfil the growing demand, Star Air has now decided to increase its operating frequency on these two routes.
Star Air now provides its services to nine Indian cities including Mumbai, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Tirupati, Hubballi, Belagavi, Delhi (Hindon), Kalaburagi and to the latest addition Indore. Anyone can book its tickets by visiting starair.in, MakeMyTrip, Goibibo, via.com or riya.com.