The seashore city of Mangaluru will now be able to go directly to the capital of the country thanks to IndiGo's launch of service on the Delhi-Mangaluru sector. In accordance with a press statement from this city's Mangaluru International Airport (MIA), 77 passengers landed at the airport while 140 passengers took the first aircraft in the sector directly to Delhi.
The flight would operate on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The flight departs from Delhi at 7.40 AM and arrives here at 10.15 AM. At 10.45 AM, the plane would take off in the opposite direction, and it would land in the capital at 1.20 PM.
This direct flight provides access to cities like Chandigarh, Dehradun, Patna, Ranchi, Lucknow, Bhopal, Dammam, Jeddah, and Riyadh both domestically and internationally. These days, IndiGo also runs a connecting connection through Pune from Delhi to Mangaluru. Additionally, IndiGo intends to launch morning flights from Mangaluru to Chennai, Kochi, and Tirupati. The airline just began operating a direct trip from Bengaluru to Belagavi.
Budget airline GoFirst, which had a daily direct flight from here to Mumbai, has since changed the route to one that goes through Coimbatore. The flight departs from Mumbai at 11.30 AM, arrives in this location at 1 PM, and then departs for Coimbatore at 1.30 PM, arriving there at 2.15 PM. Once more, the flight takes off from Coimbatore at 2.50 PM and arrives in Mumbai at 4.50 PM. According to the announcement, the airline made this routing decision up until August 11.