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FLY91 Launches Inaugural Flights from Goa to Agatti and Jalgaon

FLY91, a regional airline operating in India, inaugurated its inaugural flights to Agatti and Jalgaon on April 18, providing direct links to these vibrant destinations from Goa’s Manohar International Airport.

The first flight to Agatti took off ahead of schedule at 7:10 am, arriving at Agatti Island Airport by 8:50 am. Its return journey departed at 9:20 am, landing at Mopa Airport in Goa by 11:10 am.

With ticket prices starting at INR 4391, FLY91’s Goa-Agatti flights have facilitated access to the pristine islands from the mainland and enhanced connectivity to and from the Lakshadweep archipelago.

The Goa based carrier commenced operations between Goa-Agatti-Goa, Goa-Jalgaon-Goa and Hyderabad-Jalgaon-Hyderabad on Thursday. The regional carrier will fly to Agatti on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. However, from May 1, the flights from Goa-Agatti-Goa will operate seven days of the week.

FLY91 will operate the Goa – Jalgaon – Goa and Hyderabad-Jalgaon-Hyderabad flights on Monday, Thursday and Saturday with fares starting at INR 1991 onwards.

Commenting on the maiden flights to the destinations, Manoj Chacko, MD and CEO at FLY91 said “The new routes reflect FLY91’s commitment to affordable and convenient air travel, opening doors to explore the untouched beauty of destinations across the country. We are committed to enhance last mile connectivity in India by constantly adding new cities and routes which provide easier and faster access to people to commute’’

The addition of Agatti and Jalgaon as domestic sectors in FLY91’s network coincides with the domestic summer holiday season. Agatti Island, one of Lakshadweep’s most sought-after destinations, boasts a 6 km stretch of stunning land blessed with diverse marine life. Agatti attracts enthusiasts of deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, sailing, water skiing, kayaking and is an ideal starting point for exploring the tranquil islands in the region.

Jalgaon, which is the gateway to the historic Ajanta and Ellora caves, is located a short drive away from Jalgaon airport.

The airline currently operates flights into Goa, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Sindhudurg.

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