GO FIRST (formerly known as GoAir) today announced the introduction of 32 new flights to its expanding domestic network. The airline has added Amritsar, Surat, Dehradun and Aizawl to its domestic network and these airports will be connected by direct flights to and from Delhi, Mumbai, Srinagar, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Guwahati, thus enhancing regional connectivity.
The addition of new stations will further reinfornce GO FIRST’s robust network capacity and enhanced connectivity between Metros and Tier I cities, offering added choices for customers.
Amritsar will be connected to Mumbai (2x Daily), Delhi (3x Daily) and Srinagar ( 1x Daily) with connections through its hubs in Mumbai and Delhi to/from Bengaluru, Jammu, Patna, Varanasi, Lucknow, Maldives, Goa, Ranchi, Cochin, Nagpur, Jaipur and Chennai.
Surat will be connected to Bengaluru ( 1x Daily) , Delhi ( 2x Daily) and Kolkata (1x Daily) with connections to/from Hyderabad, Siliguri, Patna, Srinagar, Guwahati, Jammu, Maldives, Lucknow and Ranchi.
Dehradun will be connected to Mumbai ( 1x Daily) , Delhi ( 2x Daily) with connections to/from Ahmedabad, Jaipur,Lucknow, Chennai,Bengaluru, Kolkata, Ranchi, Patna,Varanasiand Goa.
Aijawl will be connected to Kolkata, Guwahati and Delhi.
Speaking on the development, Kaushik Khona, Chief Executive Officer, GO FIRST, said: “At GO FIRST, it has been a constant endeavour to build a strong network that will offer our customers ease of travel and viable options to choose from. We believe that the addition of these new stations will not only make our network robust but would provide customers direct connectivity to metros and other important cities and beyond.”
With a focus on efficiency and customer satisfaction, GO FIRST endeavours to provide a seamless flying and airport experience to its passengers, under its “You come first” philosophy. Recently it has opened new international and domestic sectors and added new aircraft to its fleet. GO FIRST has one of the youngest aircraft fleets globally with an average fleet age of 3.6 years.