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Star India connects Bengaluru-Bidar with non-stop flights

Ghodawat Enterprises Pvt Ltd, operating flights under the brand name Star Air has launched its new regional destination Bidar from Bengaluru. The non-stop flight began operations on June 15, 2022, and is its 18th destination.

Famous for its Bidri handicrafts, rich history, and religious significance to the Sikh community, Bidar has transformed itself into a confluence of urban development and cultural heritage. With this launch, Star Air will operate its Embraer 145 jets to the cool and picturesque hills of Bidar, making it the perfect destination for a getaway holiday. As air connectivity is both an economic enabler as well as an employment growth engine, flights to the new destination will not only strengthen tourism but also boost the socio-economic growth of the city.

As the launch of Bidar marks itself as a symbol of better connectivity and networking, Shrenik Ghodawat, MD – Star Air, said, “We are pleased to announce Bidar as our 18th destination. The launch of Bidar to Bengaluru would enable business and leisure travel growth between these cities. As we intend to provide easy access to flying to the common man, we are also proud to contribute to the growth of the regional destinations we fly to. We hope to continue connecting our loyal passengers to many other regional and picturesque cities of India in the times to come.”

Star Air will operate four times a week between Bidar and Bengaluru on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. The schedule of these flights has been planned to offer passengers the most reasonable prices under the popular UDAN scheme.

The flight service between Bengaluru and Bidar covers 520km of this distance in just 1 hour 10 minutes instead of 8-12 hours via other modes of transportation. Tourists can also visit Kalaburagi, Nanded, Nizamabad, and Hyderabad as they are in close proximity to Bidar.

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