Under the UDAN scheme, Flybig has tied up with IRCTC, will get the facility of air travel for small cities as well.

Under the UDAN scheme, FlyBig started air travel in small cities of North India. Presently it operates in 3 states and 8 destinations.

Currently its service for 8 destinations.

Keeping in mind the convenience of the passengers, the regional commercial airline FlyBig has Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation ,IRCTC) has entered into an agreement with. Now air travelers can book air tickets by visiting IRCTC website. This facility will also be available on IRCTC mobile application. This partnership with Flybig is an initiative to make travel partners more accessible to the diverse parts of India that have recently been connected to the rest of the country. This partnership is the flagship scheme of the Government of India, Dekho Apna Desh and common citizen of the land ,UDAN) is within the range. Commenting on the partnership, Captain Sanjay Mandaviya, CMD Flybig said that this partnership with IRCTC will enable passengers to book travel tickets for both their individual and corporate passengers to Northeast destinations of Flybig without any hassle through IRCTC portal. will allow.

Adding Captain Mandaviya, it is a step forward from ‘Rail mial to Air mial’. Flybig provides connectivity options to places that are not yet connected by rail. “It is my firm belief that every new destination connected to FlyBig will not only enhance air access and promote tourism to the destinations, but also open new avenues for economic opportunities in India’s untapped demographic landscape. “In addition, I am confident that this facility will enhance the movement of Indian security forces – armed and paramilitary forces – in various important areas of the North Eastern states.”

IRCTC expresses happiness over tie-up with Flybig

Indian Railway Tourism and Catering Corporation (IRCTC) is pleased to join hands and sign an agreement with Flybig, a new age regional scheduled passenger airline operating in the North East. IRCTC from time to time enters into such agreements to promote domestic tourism and facilitate booking and air connectivity in remote areas of the Northeast under the flagship scheme ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ of the Government of India. Is.

Flybig service for 8 destinations in 3 states

Flybig started its services in the North East in the second week of May 2021. Presently it operates in 3 states and 8 destinations. These destinations include Kolkata (West Bengal), Dibrugarh, Guwahati, Lilabari, Rupsi (all located in Assam), Agartala in Tripura and Pasighat and Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh. Flybig has one ATR 72-500 and two ATR 72-600 aircraft. It also plans to bring two Bombardier Q400 transport aircraft on lease to its fleet to further increase capacity and connect further routes.

Airline’s focus on Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities

FlyBig Tier-2 and Tier-3 India in its endeavor to provide air connectivity under the UDAN scheme, with the primary goal of making air travel more affordable as well as increasing air connectivity to cities and towns The government sees itself as an industry partner, thus as a catalyst, promoting and broadening economic growth, greater economic inclusion, promoting employment and livelihood generation and thus promoting growth. Is.

The goal of providing airline service to remote areas

Flybig is a scheduled commercial airline which was launched under the UDAN program of the government. Its objective is to provide connectivity to the people in remote areas at affordable cost. The airline commenced operations in January 2021 and is focused on connecting Tier-II cities within India. It wants to make a mark as an airline that genuinely cares about all its patrons as a family. The company’s chairman and managing director Captain Sanjay Mandaviya is himself a pilot. He is associated with this business for the last two decades. In such a situation, his understanding of airline business is quite good.

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