Friday, September 15, 2006

Indian relaunches flight to Khajuraho, Varanasi

New Delhi: Ahead of the peak tourist season, state-owned carrier Indian today announced relaunch of its flight to the famous temple town of Khajuraho and the holy city of Varanasi, offering 1,000 seats a week. The airline would operate a new Airbus A-319 aircraft to Khajuraho, which has been declared a UNESCO world heritage site.
The airline said the flight, IC-451, would depart Delhi at 1140 hours to reach Khajuraho at 1250 hours and then leave for Varanasi at 1330 hours to reach there at 1410 hours. On its return leg, IC-452 would leave Varanasi at 1450 hours, reach Khajuraho at 1530 hours, leave for Delhi at 1610 hours to reach here at 1720 hours.
14/09/06 PTI/The Hindu
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