Tuesday, November 16, 2021

AVM Mulls Stronger Air Connectivity of Amritsar with Go First Airline

Amritsar: Keeping up with the efforts for the continuous domestic and international network development of Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport, Amritsar, a delegation of Amritsar Vikas Manch (AVM) comprising of its Patron Kulwant Singh Ankhi, Patron Manmohan Singh, Secretary Yogesh Kamra and Ravreet Singh met with the senior officials of India's only Ultra-Low-Cost carrier, Go First at Amritsar.

In a press release, the patron of AVM Manmohan Singh Brar informed that after the inaugural launch of six Go First flights from the Airport, our team had a fruitful discussion with the senior officials of the Go First about expanding connectivity of the airline with more domestic and international destinations. We thanked Go First for the launch of 3 daily direct flights to Delhi, 2 to Mumbai, 1 daily to Srinagar and expressed happiness that the airline is also providing convenient one-stop transfer connections to other major destinations in India like Lucknow, Bagdogra (Siliguri), Guwahati, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Chennai, Varanasi via their connecting hubs of Delhi and Mumbai.

During the meetings, we shared data and presented the potential of direct domestic as well as international connectivity opportunities from the airport including Nanded, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Chennai, Muscat and Abu Dhabi to Mohit Dwivedi, Head of Corporate Affairs and Sumit Bhandari, Deputy General Manager and Aman Kohli, Amritsar station manager of the airline. Go First officials assured the delegation that they would further evaluate the opportunities and consider them according to the airline’s future expansion plans. AVM also encouraged the airline to use night parking facility at the airport.

The launching of Go First services from the airport was another achievement for Amritsar Vikas Manch and FlyAmritsar Initiative, as they had reached out to the airline in Jan 2021 with detailed statistics, said Yogesh Kamra. The team of Go First senior officials later visited the Airport and also met with AVM members. He further added that after the meeting, the airline agreed to launch services from Amritsar from late March 2021, but the plan had to be delayed due to the 2nd COVID-19 pandemic wave in the country.

16/11/21 Punjab News Express

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