Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, July 4
After over a month of suspension, the SpiceJet flight, which was scheduled to resume from July 3 onwards, couldn’t take off on the second day as well.
While the Delhi-bound flight is suspended till the next orders, owing to the increasing number of Covid positive cases in the capital, the air service from Adampur to Jaipur was to start from Friday onwards.
Though the officials said the flight couldn’t resume due to technical glitches, sources at the airport claimed there were no passengers for Jaipur.
The SpiceJet flight on its first stage was planned to take off on four days a week (on Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday) from Adampur to Jaipur. It was scheduled to leave Jaipur airport at 7.20 am and reach Adampur at 8.50 am. Thereafter, it would halt here for half-an-hour and take off at 9.10 am and land at Jaipur at 10.40 am.
This is the first time that any flight would operate between Adampur and Jaipur.
In June, the flight service was discontinued owing to the unavailability of required number of passengers. Even after announcing the relaxations, the only Delhi-bound flight from Adampur resumed its operation on May 26 instead of May 23, as per its schedule.
To operate four days a week
- The SpiceJet flight, which was scheduled to resume from July 3 onwards, couldn't take off on the second day as well. The SpiceJet flight will operate four days a week (Mon, Fri, Sat and Sun).
- It will leave Jaipur at 7.20 am and reach Adampur at 8.50 am. Then, it will take off from Adampur at 9.10 am and land at Jaipur at 10:40 am
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