Jamshedpur and Coochbehar airport will start this month, DGCA approved

Jamshedpur and Coochbehar airport will start this month, DGCA approved

New Delhi : There is good news for the people of Jharkhand’s industrial city Jamshedpur and Bengal’s Coochvihar and that is that by the end of March, flights can be started from the newly constructed airport of Jamshedpur and Coochvihar. It is reported that the Central Government has approved the domestic summer schedule on Friday, which states that 110 airports, including Jamshedpur, have been identified for 22,907 departures of flights every week during summer. The airline’s domestic summer schedule for 2023, approved by the central government, had 4.4 per cent flights compared to the winter scheduled last year. It is being told that the summer schedule will be effective from March 26 to October 28 and Jamshedpur’s airport will be operational after March 26.

As per reports, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has approved the summer flight schedule of 22,907 domestic flights. Explain that in the summer schedule 2020, the approved flight roster was 24,409 flights, while in 2021 the approved flight number was 22,980. The DGCA said in a statement that the summer schedule 2023 of scheduled domestic airlines has been finalized after the virtual slot conference meeting held in February this year.

New airports will start in these cities including Jamshedpur

As per DGCA, it is observed that every week 22,907 departures are finalized for 110 airports. It said that out of these 110 airports, Aipore, Coochbehar, Hollongi, Jamshedpur, Pakyong and Mopa (Goa) are new airports proposed by scheduled airlines, while operations from Ziro and Hindon airports are not proposed in the 2023 summer schedule.

Most accepted flights of Indigo

In terms of airlines, it has been said that Indigo had the highest number of approved flights under the schedule. The airline has sanctioned 11,465 flights of Indigo, followed by SpiceJet with 2,240 flights. In addition, Air India has an acceptance of 2178 with an increase of 9.45 per cent. Air Asia has accepted 1,456 flights with a decline of 0.41 per cent, Vistara’s 1,856 flights with a decline of 4.38 per cent. In terms of flights, India One is at the bottom of the list with 82 flights sanctioned under this schedule.

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