Friday, June 25, 2021

Flights from Ozar airport to restart

Nashik: Airlines have chalked out plans to restart operations to and from the HAL-managed airport at Ozar, around 20 km from Nashik city.

While one private airline has already started operations on May 1, connecting Nashik with Ahmedabad, Alliance Air has announced that it will start operations on July 12. The airline said that its Nashik-Pune flight will be extended to Belagavi, while the Nashik-Ahmedabad flight will be extended to Delhi.

An official from Alliance Air said they have made changes in the previous routes and planned two hopping flights from Nashik to Delhi via Ahmedabad, and another hopping flight from Nashik to Belagavi via Pune. “We have already started bookings on two routes from Wednesday midnight. At present, we have no plans to start the Nashik- Hyderabad flight, but we will take a call on it later,” said the airline official.

Another private airline has also announced to start a return flight from Nashik to Belagavi from July 2. A low-cost private airline, which had started air services from Nashik to Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Delhi in November 2020, had stopped operations in April. It has decided to resume the routes from September.

Manish Rawal, chairperson of the aviation committee of the Ambad Industries & Manufacturers’ Association, said this is a positive development. “Four airlines had connectivity from Nashik to Delhi, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Belagavi and Pune. But they had stopped in April. Now, one airline has already started Nashik-Ahmedabad flight, while two others are restarting from next month,” he said.

25/06/21 Tushar Pawar/Times of India

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