Starting on June 1, there will be direct flights from Deoghar to Bengaluru. See price

On June 1st, Deoghar Airport is scheduled to begin offering direct flights to Bengaluru, hence expanding air travel accessibility.
The purpose of this new route is to improve communication from the holy city to South India and other locations.
The first flight is scheduled to land at 12:40 pm on election day, according to English Jagran. This will give South Indian citizens who work there an easy opportunity to return home and cast their ballots in the 2024 Lok Sabha Election.

The Indigo route between Deoghar and Bengaluru would set you back Rs 6,500. After Delhi, this will be the airport’s second significant metropolitan link. The Airbus, which has 186 seats, will run on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

The airport plans to soon begin operating flights to Mumbai in addition to the daily direct flights it now operates to Delhi and Kolkata. More airlines are expected to start up after July, which would further increase the area’s air connectivity. It is anticipated that this development will boost the local economy and make it easier for pilgrims to visit the 12th Jyotirlinga and Parasnath.

This adjustment will be especially helpful to travelers, especially those who work in Bengaluru and often find it difficult to visit their relatives due to limited vacation time. Those who formerly relied solely on train transit and lived in Santhal Pargana, Anga Pradesh, and the neighboring districts, will also find it to be a comfort.

Nishikant Dubey, the MP for Godda, claims that the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Minister of Civil Aviation have granted Deoghar Airport all the technical certificates it requires.
He emphasized that the Deoghar-Bengaluru flight services were developed via persistent efforts, signifying a significant advancement in enhancing regional connectivity.


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