IndiGo to launch flights to Pantnagar on March 27, 2022

IndiGo, India’s biggest domestic carrier, has announced Pantnagar as the 72nd destination on the network from the start of the summer schedule. The airline will operate ATR aircraft for direct flights from Pantnagar to Dehradun, and new flights to Delhi as part of its summer 2022 schedule, w.e.f March 27, 2022. These new flights will strengthen connectivity between Pantnagar and the national and state capital cities. Pantnagar will be the airline’s 2nd destination in the state of Uttarakhand.

IndiGo ATR at Mangalore Airport

IndiGo ATR at Mangalore Airport

The IndiGo flights will be operating a rotation with their ATR 72-600s as Delhi-Pantnagar-Dehradun and return. Here is the schedule:

6E7324 DEL1245 – 1350PGH
6E7325 PGH1615 – 1735DEL

6E7415 PGH1410 – 1500DED
6E7413 DED1520 – 1605PGH

Till so far, only Alliance Air operates flights between Delhi and Pantnagar via Dehradun using their ATRs, so this is a reverse take on Alliance Air’s route.

These flights are designed to cater to flying options and will add connectivity to destinations like Ranikhet, Mukteshwar, Mussoorie, Almora, Kausani, Binsar, Ramgarh, Munsiyari, Abott Mount, Chaukari, Lohaghat, Berinag, and Jeolikot.

On this occasion, Mr Sanjay Kumar, Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer, IndiGo said,

We are pleased to announce Pantnagar as our 72nd domestic destination and 96th overall destination. Pantnagar would provide easy access to Uttarakhand’s Kumaon region with tourist attractions like Jim Corbett, Nainital, Bhimtal; religious destinations including Haridwar and Rishikesh; as well as industrial hubs like Rudrapur. Pantnagar is also a leading destination for education in agriculture. Enhanced connectivity from Pantnagar, one of the key airports in the Kumaon region, will boost tourism, trade, and commerce in the state. We strive to consistently provide our signature on-time, courteous and hassle-free service at affordable fares, across our unparalleled network onboard our lean clean flying machine.

You can read more about the IndiGo ATR travel experience here.

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  1. Alliance Air operating out of Pantnagar after today is in doubt.

    Lots of uncertainty around there.

    I landed there on 25th.


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