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Alliance Air connects Bilaspur to Delhi & Kolkata


On Tuesday, Alliance Air, operated by the Central Government, initiated flight services from Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh to Delhi and Kolkata. Chhattisgarh CM Vishnu Deo Sai virtually flagged off the inaugural flights from Bilasa Devi Kevat Airport in Bilaspur. Speaking at the event, Sai highlighted the fulfillment of a long-pending demand for the people of Bilaspur, emphasising PM Narendra Modi’s commitment to enabling air travel for everyone. He also mentioned ongoing efforts to upgrade Bilaspur airport, with plans to introduce night landing facilities soon.

Additionally, air services from Jagdalpur to Jabalpur commenced on the same day, benefiting the people of Bastar region and fostering business and tourism opportunities. The Alliance Air ATR 72-seater aircraft will operate these flights three days a week.

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