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Star Air bags 40 routes under UDAN 5 scheme

Star Air has been awarded with 40 new routes under the prestigious “UDAN 5” scheme. The airline plans to launch these routes and expand its operations significantly, aiming to provide convenient and accessible air travel options to millions of travellers.

The UDAN scheme, initiated by the Government of India, aims to make air travel affordable and reachable for all citizens while promoting regional connectivity. As a key participant in UDAN, Star Air has played a pivotal role in enhancing air travel accessibility across various states in India.

As part of the expansion, Star Air is to introduce 7-8 new stations, which will further bolster its presence in the regional aviation sector. These new stations will act as strategic hubs, facilitating seamless connections and reducing travel time for passengers traveling to and from these regions.

Some of the prominent new routes will be Nanded to Hindon, Hindon to Adampur and many more routes that will be announced in due time.

Sanjay Ghodawat, Chairman, Star Air, said, “We are delighted to be part of the UDAN scheme and contribute to the growth and development of regional air travel in India. These 40 new routes are a testament to our commitment to providing efficient and accessible air travel options for all. We are confident that our expansion will create a positive impact on the lives of millions and drive progress in the regions we serve.”

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