Saturday, February 27, 2016

GoAir hints at Surat ops, but needs long-term commitment

Surat: Surtis fliers are pinning their hope on GoAir to fulfill their flying dreams.
After SpiceJet withdrew from the Diamond City following the buffalo-hit incident in 2014, GoAir has shown interest to connect the city with important domestic destinations.
Senior officials from GoAir including the vice president (network and planning), Clayton Begido were in the city to attend a meeting hosted by the Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SGto discuss air connectivity issue and the potential at Surat airport on Friday.
GoAir senior officials gave an indication to start flight operations, provided they get support from the Airport Authority of India (AAI), Surti fliers, trade and industry associations and the travel agents.
"We see a huge potential to start our flight operations. It is easy to keep a flight but we want a long-term commitment and assurance from all the quarters," said GoAir's VP (network and planning), Clayton Begido.
27/02/16 Times of India
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