Air India alters Pune, Nanded flight schedule

CHANDIGARH:The schedule of Air India flights plying to and from the Chandigarh airport to Pune and Nanded has been altered, beginning July 15.

Air India alters Pune, Nanded flight schedule

ROBINSINGH@TRIBUNE.COM

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 15

The schedule of Air India flights plying to and from the Chandigarh airport to Pune and Nanded has been altered, beginning July 15. 

The flights between Chandigarh and Nanded will now operate on Tuesday and Thursday instead of Tuesday and Wednesday.

“The decision has been taken so that travellers get an additional day—a layover—when they are travelling,” said an Air India employee on condition of anonymity. 

Similarly, the flights between Chandigarh and Pune will now ply on Monday, Wednesday and Friday instead of Monday, Thursday, and Friday.

Chandigarh-Delhi flight suspended till July 20

  • The Chandigarh-Delhi-Chandigarh flight, being operated by Alliance Air, a subsidiary of Air India, will remain suspended till July 20. Earlier, the flight was suspended last month till July 15 due to operational reasons. Usually, the flight operates on all days except Sunday. 
  • It takes off from Delhi at 6.05 am and reaches Chandigarh at 7.05 am. It departs from the city airport at 7.30 am and reaches Delhi at 8.30 am.
 

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