New Delhi/Guwahati: Newly launched domestic airlines flybig will start its operations in the North-East region starting from May 7.
Flights will connect Guwahati, Rupsi and Kolkata initially. In due course, other destinations like Agartala, Dibrugarh, Tezu and Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh will be connected with Guwahati and Shillong, the airlines said in a statement.
The airlines began operations in January 2021 and is focused on connecting tier-2 and tier-3 cities within India. Presently, it operates in central India.
“We are extremely happy that flybig is taking its vision one-step ahead by commencing the operations in North-East India and providing regional connectivity to remote areas like Rupsi, Pasighat and Tezu. We are determined to provide essential and safe travel to everyone at this crucial time our country is going through,” said Captain Srinivas Rao, CEO, flybig announcing new flights.
Tickets for the new routes are now available. Passengers can make the bookings directly through flybig website, online travel agencies and regional travel partners.
In first phase flights on May 7 flights will start on Guwahati-Rupsi-Kolkata sector. Next phase will cover Agartala-Dibrugarh route. Guwahati-Pasighat-Shillong sector will be covered in third phase.