IndiGo on 8th December declared twelve daily and a total of 168 weekly new flights from the soon-to-be inaugurated New Goa International Airport in Mopa, North Goa.
This will be the budget carrier’s largest ever-new station launch and will connect to 8 cities across the country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate the state’s 2nd international airport at Mopa in North Goa on 11 December, and the airport will start its operations from next year 5th January 2023.
The budget carrier will operate 168 weekly flights and will connect major cities like Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Jaipur.
The airline is introducing these new flights to cater to the increasing demand and will improve direct connectivity to North Goa.
The present airport at Dabolim in South Goa will remain active, and IndiGo Airline will continue its existing operations there, the airline stated.
Pieter Elbers, Chief Executive Officer of IndiGo said
Speaking on the occasion, Pieter Elbers, Chief Executive Officer of IndiGo stated, “We are very excited to declare our largest ever new station launch with new direct connections from the New Goa International Airport in Mopa, North Goa. It’s momentous for us at IndiGo to have such a massive opening and it speaks of our ambition and ability to provide connectivity to our passengers and the nation in the best possible way.”
Apart from tourists, the residents of Goa will also be able to utilize these new services to fly directly to many large cities across India, the company said.
Goa International Airport
The New Goa International Airport in North Goa is the most famous among tourists. From scenic beaches to breathtaking forts and glamorous casinos and nightclubs, the state is 1 of the famous tourist hubs of India.
Destinations like the Basilica of Bom Jesus, Aguada Fort, Immaculate Conception Church, Chapora Fort, Sinquerim Beach, Anjuna Beach, Calangute Beach, Harvalem waterfalls, Morjim, Club Titos, Club Cubana, Candolim Beach, Goa Safari Adventure, Café Mambos are some of the most well-known attractions that are widely visited by tourist from and outside the country.
Meanwhile, to increase the safety and efficiency of the aviation sector, it launched a digital e-logbook for its pilots. The airline became the 1st in the Indian aviation sector to launch a digital e-logbook that will facilitate the transfer of pilots’ flight data directly to the aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
e-Governance of Civil Aviation (GCA) is an online platform that manages various digital processes under the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). The platform will make the logbook process automated and the regulator will get real-time details about the flight operations by pilots.
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