Varanasi: GoAir, India’s most trusted, punctual and fastest growing airline, today announced four non-stop flights to three cities from Varanasi. GoAir said it will operate double daily flights to Delhi, one daily flight (excluding Sunday) to Ahmedabad and one daily flight to Bengaluru. The direct connectivity to these three cities will give a boost to trade and it will also help promote spiritual tourism in the city of Varanasi.
Come 20th December, flight G8-182 will depart from Delhi at 20:30 hours and arrive in Varanasi at 22:00 hours. The same aircraft will do a return flight: G8-183 will depart from Varanasi at 22:30 hours and arrive in Delhi at 00:10 hours. Flight G8-404 will depart from Delhi at 10:30 hours and arrive in Varanasi at 11:40 hours. Flight G8 403, effective 1st February 2020, will depart from Varanasi at 08:00 hours and arrive in Delhi at 09:25 hours.
Passengers wishing to travel to Ahmedabad can board GoAir flight G8-768 from Varanasi at 13:00 hours and arrive in Ahmedabad at 15:00 hours. The return flight G8-767 will depart from Ahmedabad at 10:20 hours and arrive in Varanasi at 12:30 hours. Ahmedabad and Varanasi share a strong bond in terms of commerce and spirituality and the corridor sees a large number of business and leisure travelers.
GoAir will connect Varanasi to South India with its flight G8-404 to Bengaluru. This flight will depart from Varanasi at 12:20 hours (13:40 hours on Tuesdays) and will arrive in Bengaluru at 14:40 hours (16:05 hours on Tuesdays). Flight G8-403, effective 1st February 2020, will depart from Bengaluru at 04:50 hours and will arrive at Varanasi at 07:20 hours, thus enabling the passengers to spend their time working or visiting a few of the 2000 temples that Varanasi is famous for.
Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Jeh Wadia, Managing Director, GoAir, said: “Varanasi will be our 26th destination and one of the most prestigious one in Northern India. We welcome Varanasi to our ever-growing-strong-network. Direct connectivity to Delhi, Bengaluru and Ahmedabad will help in encouraging silk trade that Varanasi is famous for and will also give spiritual travelers and pilgrims more connectivity to the city with such a rich heritage and history. By virtue of 283-year’s heritage of our own, we very well understand the value of Varanasi’s legacy as well.”
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