Chandigarh’s weather is pleasing now, so is the new winter schedule of flights from Chandigarh International Airport.
The Airports Authority of India (AAI) released new winter schedule which has been in effect since Feb.1 and will be in effect till next amendment.
According to the new schedule, the first morning flight to land at Chandigarh is at 9 am instead of 7.40 am and the last flight to take off is at 7 pm instead of 5.55 pm. The Air India flight from the mystical Leh is the first one to touch down and and the same will fly back to Leh at 9.40 am. In the evening, the Go Air flight to Mumbai will arrive at 6.30 pm and depart at 7 pm from the Chandigarh airport.
Some of the flights that were removed from the schedule in December have been included in the new one.
Flights included in the recent past
Recently, Chandigarh Airport has been increasing its connectivity to places in India and some of the exotic international destinations have also been added. For instance, now we can fly directly to Dubai, Sharjah, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Delhi, Leh, Singapore among others. We don’t need to travel 250 km to reach Delhi to board our flight to our destination.
This is not all. New flights to fly soon from Chandigarh
This is not all. More flights from Chandigarh Airport will be waiting at its tarmac!
Soon, we can travel to Goa, Chennai, Hyderabad, Abu Dhabi, Bangkok too.
Indigo has already announced its decision to start a direct flight to Hyderabad from Chandigarh from February 20. The same flight will operate to Chennai once it lands at the Hyderabad airport. The flight would first depart from Chandigarh Airport at 14.15 and arrive at Hyderabad at 16.35hrs. After a lay over of 3hrs 30 minutes, a connecting flight would operate to Chennai. The flight would depart at 20.05 hrs from Hyderabad and then arrive in Chennai at 21.30hrs.
The Indigo is also operating one additional flight to Delhi-Chandigarh-Delhi starting from February 20, the officials said.
Better days ahead for travelers in and around Chandigarh!
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Source: The Indian Express