Star Air to launch 2 new flights from 30th
   Date :22-Sep-2023

Star Air  
Business Reporter
Now air travellers from the city will have more destinations to choose from as Star Air has launched two new flights connecting Nagpur to Hyderabad and Nagpur to Ajmer (Kishangarh) starting from September 30. Star Air will operate non-stop flights on its modern Embraer E175 aircraft. These small aircraft have capacity of 50 passengers. With the introduction of these new flights, Star Air aims to enhance connectivity and cater to the growing demand for travel from Nagpur to Hyderabad and Nagpur to Ajmer (Kishangarh).
The regional airline’s flight no. S5 207 Hyderabad to Nagpur will depart at 10 am and arrive at 11.15 am. Similarly, flight no. S5 206 Nagpur to Hyderabad will depart from 15.50 pm and arrive at 16.55 pm. The ticket price starts from Rs 3,499 per passenger. (Note: Ticket prices tend to change as per demand and supply). Accordingly, Star Air’s flight no. S5 191 from Nagpur to Ajmer (Kishangarh) will depart from 11.50 am and arrive at 13.20 pm. Similarly, the flight no. S5 190 from Ajmer (Kishangarh) to Nagpur will depart from 13.50 pm and arrive at 15.20 pm. The ticket price starts from Rs 4,500 per passenger. Currently, Star Air operates a flight from Nagpur to Belagavi, Karnataka. With additon of these two new flights, the airline would be operating total three flights from the city. 
Varun Sarda, a leading travel agents in the city said that Star Air is expanding its operations and widening its network in the country. Both these destinations are in heavy demand and hot tourist destinations by the travellers all year round. The regional airline Star Air is part of the Sanjay Ghodawat Group, he said. Nilesh Khade, another travel agent said that this is a good initiative by Star Air as it offers more choices to travel from the city. Both these destinations are hot travel destinations and should be viable routes for Star Air. Star Air is offering special promotional fares and exclusive travel packages for passengers travelling to these destinations, he added.