Trujet to start Hyderabad-Nagpur-Ahmedabad flight


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The company promoted by Turbo Megha Airways Pvt Ltd will operate ATR 72 Aircraft on the route that will have capacity of 64 passengers 

Hyderabad-based air line company - Trujet - is all set to start commercial flight on Hyderabad-Nagpur-Ahmedabad route from June. The company promoted by Turbo Megha Airways Pvt Ltd will operate ATR 72 Aircraft on the route that will have capacity of 64 passengers. L N Sharma of Pawansut Travels Pvt told The Hitavada on Saturday that Trujet has recently announced the new service. “The company has not yet reveled the airfare but we are hoping to receive the details very soon,” he said adding that the fare is likely to be very reasonable. The proposed flight (flight no 2T180) will start from Ahemedabad at 17.00 hours and will arrive at Nagpur at 19.00 hours.

Further, it (flight no 2T186) will take off for Hyderabad at 19.25 hours and reach the destination by 21.05 hour. Similarly, the flight no 2T185 will start from Hyderabad at 16.55 hours and reach Nagpur at 18.35 hours and then it (flight no 2T179) will take off from Nagpur at 19.00 for Ahmedabad and reach the destination by 21.00 hours. It will be a daily service. Trujet is known for its ATR 72 Aircraft. It is small aircraft which the company is successfully operating it in South India.

And as the passenger capacity is small as compared to other aircrafts, its operation become feasible on routes where flow of travellers is low. It is connecting cities like Hyderabad, Aurangabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Cuddapah, Goa, Rajahmundry, Tirupati, Vijayawada, Nanded, Mysore, Mumbai, Bellary, Salem, Ahmeabad, Porbandar, Jaisalmer, Indore and Nashik. The first commercial flight of the company was launched in July 2015. At present, it is operating to nineteen destinations in India with five ATR 72 Aircraft and are in process of inducting two more Aircrafts very soon. The company offers passenger service at very convenient timings across the network knowing the business and leisure traveller needs.

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