Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Grand touring

New Delhi: Did you ever have to put off your holiday plans because you couldn?t fly to the destination of your choice? Well, Air Deccan?s looking to change all of that. The low cost carrier is busily adding tourist towns to the aviation map to remedy just that.
You can now fly to world heritage site Hampi (Bellary) from Bangalore (from Rs 6 to Rs 3,499) and to Dehradun from Delhi (Rs 974 plus taxes). And if you?re looking to travel to destinations like Dalhousie, Dharamsala, McLeodganj and the Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh, then the low cost carrier?s Delhi-Pathankot flight will cut down your travel time considerably.
If the North-east is where you are headed this winter, then you could fly into the town that's the gateway to tourist destinations like Darjeeling, Siliguri and Shillong on the airline's Delhi-Bagdogra flight.
05/12/06 Business Standard
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