Indigo’s maiden Hyderabad – Kanpur service launched
6 Weekly flight services between Hyderabad – Kanpur
Hyderabad, NFAPost: IndiGo Airlines started its maiden direct flight service from Hyderabad to Kanpur from GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited (GHIAL).
The inaugural IndiGo flight took off from Hyderabad to Kanpur at 12.00 hrs. Senior officials from GHIAL along with the IndiGo officials, other airport stakeholders were at the terminal to see off the passengers and crew amidst a festive atmosphere.
So hence travellers can plan their next trip to “The Leather City of the World”. The daily IndiGo Flight 6E 269 will depart from GMR Hyderabad International Airport at 12.00 hrs. The return IndiGo Flight 6E 102 from Kanpur will arrive in Hyderabad at 16.35 hrs. Flights will operate between GMR Hyderabad International Airport and Kanpur six times a week – Monday to Saturday.
GHIAL CEO Pradeep Panicker said Post Covid, there is a great demand for new destinations from Hyderabad and GHIAL is continuously trying to cater to that demand.
“Our focus has also been on connecting Tier 2 cities across the nation. The gradually increasing passenger footfalls and resumption of many connections are an indication that the Indian Aviation industry is heading towards a bounce back. GHIAL is continuously trying to sustain passenger confidence in air travel with strict adherence to Covid protocols at the airport and we are supported in this effort by all our stakeholders,” said Pradeep Panicker.
As the number of Covid cases is steadily coming down across India, the confidence in travel is gaining momentum. With an ease in Covid restrictions, the demand for air travel is gradually picking up across sectors.
Airports are getting busier, and airlines are adding new flight routes connecting cities to new travel destinations while reviving the old ones. With vaccination figures in India touching 100 crores, confidence in air travel is on the rise.
Hyderabad International Airport has been continuously witnessing, the highest Post-COVID passenger recovery amongst the metro airports. Hyderabad Airport saw an increase in the number of flights across domestic sectors. The airport recorded a substantial rise in Air Traffic Movements (ATMs) in September which was close to 9000. On 17th October, GHIAL recorded the highest domestic and international passenger footfall that crossed 50 thousand which is 81% of the pre Covid numbers.