Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Delhi to Kullu Via Chandigarh in Less Than 3 Hours.

Shimla/Himachal Pradesh:  Giving a boost to tourism sector, Alliance Air has finally started the Kullu-Delhi ATR-42 flight. The first flight which landed at Bhuntar airport with 32 passengers on board received a water-cannon salute. After that 17 passengers took flight from Bhuntar to Chandigarh-Delhi. These services were scheduled to begin from Monday, but due to bad weather the plane could not take off. Earlier, only Air India’s ATR-72 was operating between these two stations via Chandigarh.

Delhi to Kullu Flight: Timings, Routes 

The flight will take off from Delhi at 6.45 am and will land at Chandigarh airport at 7.20 am.

The flight will take off from Chandigarh at 7.30 pm and will reach Bhuntar airport at 8:20 am.

It will leave Bhuntar airport for Chandigarh at 8:55 am and will depart from Chandigarh at 9.40 pm

For Chandigarh to Delhi, it will depart at 11:20 am.

Meanwhile, speaking to Times of India, Airport director Neeraj Shrivastav said, “ATR-42 was to start flying from August 15 but that flight was cancelled due to bad weather. On Tuesday, the aircraft brought 32 passengers to Kullu and flew back 16 to Delhi. The flight will be regular now, with landings at 8.30 am and takeoffs at 8.55 am.” 

When queried, if the load penalty will apply to ATR-42 also, Shrivastav said, “Let the airline make this assessment.”


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