GoAir’s said it will start seven new flights from 21 August which would connect Delhi to Jaipur, Lucknow, Mumbai, Pune and Guwahati.
Four direct flights connect Delhi, Jaipur and Lucknow. In addition, there will be three connecting flights start from Guwahati, Mumbai and Lucknow and lands at Jaipur, Lucknow and Pune respectively via Delhi.
Almost all these flights are in the afternoon time.
GoAir, owned by the Bombay-based Wadia Group, is the fifth largest airline in the country with a low passenger market share.
It started its operations in 2005 and has had a slow growth owing to the tough aviation environment in India. The company says that the slow growth is strategic so as to maintain profitability.
The airline is eligible to start international flights and is reportedly to have plans to come out with its initial public offering soon. It plans to raise funds through IPO to start its international operations.