The fast-growing no-frills carrier, GoAir owned by Wadia Group announced its partnership with Skål on the occasion of its inaugural Kolkata-Singapore flight, during an event organised by Skål, in Kolkata. The collaboration with Skål will allow the airline to expand their operating circle in the travel and tourism industry in domestic and international markets as Skål is a professional organisation founded by tourism leaders to promote global tourism.
GoAir Develops Strong Network in Eastern India
The event witnessed the participation of leading hoteliers, tour operators and other tourism industry personnel. GoAir also announced its flight offerings from Kolkata and other cities in eastern India to the present guests and restated their commitment to build a strong aviation network in East India.
As per the Information, GoAir has its aviation network to all metro cities from Kolkata, and it also connects eastern Indian cities like Bagdogra, Aizawl, Bhubaneswar and Guwahati to the rest of the country. As GoAir teamed up with Skål, the partnership will enlist all the tour operators from different regions, and they will jointly work together to spread their network with travel buffs which will result in a hike in the overall travel and tourism industry.
GoAir Commences flights from Kolkata to Singapore
With the increasing tourism demands In the specific region, GoAir will operate flights G8 35 from Kolkata to Singapore which will depart from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport at 08:40 PM which will reach Singapore’s Changi Airport 03:20 AM. And in the return journey, G836 will depart from Singapore at 04:50 AM and will arrive in Kolkata at 06:40 AM.