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Star Air to connect Ajmer and Lucknow with direct flights from Feb 16

Star Air is set to connect Ajmer and Lucknow with direct flights beginning February 16, 2024. This new route caters to the growing demand for convenient travel between Ajmer and Lucknow, facilitating business trips and tourism.

Star Air flies to Lucknow four days a week, Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, offering flexible schedules and early booking rewards.

Star Air’s E175 has 12 ergonomically designed Business Class seats with legroom and amenities, while the 64 Economy seats offer comfortable travel at an affordable price.

Capt. Simran Singh Tiwana, CEO, Star Air stated, “The addition of Lucknow expands Star Air’s network to 19 destinations, enhancing accessibility and promoting domestic tourism within India.”

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