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Shrenik Ghodawat, managing director and Sanjay Ghodawat, chairman

Star Air adds Mumbai to destination network

BANGALORE, 7 days ago

Star Air, the aviation arm of Indian conglomerate Sanjay Ghodawat Group (SGG), has announced the launch of flights between the Indian cities of Belagavi, Karnataka, and Mumbai, Maharashtra.

The new route is the latest addition to the carrier's Indian domestic network, which includes Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Tirupati, Hubli and Belgavi.

“I am delighted to witness this momentous occasion and feel proud of the way Star Air has flourished in such a limited time. In the near future, many more Indian cities will get connected with Star Air. We are parallelly and relentlessly working on many other UDAN projects as well,” said Sanjay Ghodawat, chairman, SGG.

The airline uses and Embraer ERJ family aircraft (Embraer 145) for its commercial operations. The aircraft is well-equipped with sophisticated flight instruments, such as engine-indication instruments, crew-alert systems, and digital flight control systems, which makes it one of the most advanced aircraft in the entire range of medium-sized (up to 50 passengers) aircraft across the world. - TradeArabia News Service




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