Flight from Dehradun to Amritsar to start from March 6

Chandigarh: The central government has approved the operation of flights from Dehradun to ayodhya, Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh and Amritsar in Punjab.

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami today said the three services will be started from March 6. Chief Minister Dhami thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia for the approval of the three services.

According to the Chief Minister’s Office, on the day of inauguration, a plane will take off from Dehradun for Ayodhya at 9.40 am and reach Ayodhya at 11.30 am. On the same day, a flight will take off from Ayodhya at 12.15 pm and reach Dehradun at 1.55 pm.

Another flight will reach Dehradun at 1.10 pm after Amritsar.

Similarly, the flight from Dehradun will take off for Amritsar at 1.35 pm and reach Amritsar at 2.45 pm. Air services to Varanasi via Pantnagar are also starting from March 6.

The passenger aircraft will take off from Dehradun for Pantnagar at 9.50 am and reach Pantnagar at 10.35 am.