Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Star Air commences first-ever Indore-Kishangarh flight

Bengaluru: Star Air, a regional commuter airline, which has grown fabulously in the very first year of its operations, recently added another feather to its cap.
On March 16th; 2020, Star Air made history by becoming India's first airline to start direct flight services between Indore (Madhya Pradesh) and Kishangarh (Ajmer - Rajasthan) under the popular RCS-UDAN scheme.
The airline scheduled a few mega launch events at both Indore and Kishangarh (Ajmer) airports, where scores of high-profile dignitaries had come. Aryama Sanyal - Airport Director -Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport, Indore inaugurated this historic Indore-Kishangarh(Ajmer) flight service at a grand ceremony held at the Indore airport on March 16th; 2020.
Along with her, Bikar Singh - Chief Aerodrome Security Officer - CISF, Sunil Bansod - ATC In-charge, Shrivastav - Terminal In-charge, and many other senior dignitaries from the AAI were also present at this function.
In another mega event conducted on the same day at the Kishangarh Airport, many senior dignitaries from all walks of life attended a grand launch ceremony.

Ashok Kapoor -Airport Director (Kishangarh Airport), RK Meena - Commercial Head (Kishangarh Airport), and Anuradha - ATC In-charge (Kishangarh Airport) also came and graced this event with their distinguished presence. Officials from Sanjay Ghodawat Group and Star Air were also present.
18/03/20 ANI/PRNewswire/BigNewsNetwork

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