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Air Vistara and Fly Easy To Launch Service in October

Bhubaneswar, September 16: Double celebration for Biju Patnaik International Airport (BPIA). In the month of October two private Airline company Air Vistara and Fly Easy has submitted their flight schedule report to the Airport authority.

According to the BPIA Director Sharad Kumar, Air Vistara will launch its service on 8th October and Fly Easy on 15th October. The authority has already given the permission to made ticket counter, help desk and more than one check-in counter. These two companies started hiring ground staff and crew members.

As per the information , Air Vistara would operate direct flights in the morning and evening from Bhubaneswar to Delhi. The morning flight No.732 will reach BBSR AT 9:20am and would take off for delhi at 10am. The evening flight No.761 will land BBSR at 6:45 pm and leave for Delhi  at 7:25pm.

After Jet Airways terminated its service, right now their is no direct flight from BBSR to Bangalore. Fly Easy would start its service between BBSR and Bangalore.The morning flight No.E-190 will reach BBSR at 8:40am and would take off for Bangalore at 9:10am.The night flight will reach BBSR at 9:10pm and will landed in Bangalore at 11:05pm.

No doubt it's a good news for Odisha people and hope its service continue in future.


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