The flight to make reaching the world famous dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti in Ajmer easier. It is one of the most important pilgrimage centers in India. Direct air connectivity will not just benefit pilgrims but boost the overall tourism industry of the state, Raje says.
Jaipur: Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje inaugurated SpiceJet Airline’s new direct flight on a Kishangarh-Delhi-Kishangarh route in an event on Tuesday. The flight will be functional from October 8.
At the inauguration event, Chief Strategy Officer GP Gupta of SpiceJet handed over the first ticket to CM Vasundhara Raje while marking the formal announcement of the launch of the new flight service.
The airlines will be deploying its Bombardier Q-400 aircraft on this new route. SG 8768 operating on the Delhi-Kishangarh route will depart from Delhi (Terminal 2) for Kishangarh at 04.05 pm and will reach at 5:10 pm, whereas SG 8769 operational on the Kishangarh-Delhi route will depart at 05.30 pm from Kishangarh.
CMD Ajay Singh of SpiceJet said, “I am delighted to announce the launch of the much-awaited flight service from Kishangarh to Delhi. The holy city of Ajmer is one of the most important pilgrimage centers in India as lakhs of people visit he world famous dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti and we are confident that direct air connectivity will not just benefit pilgrims but boost the overall tourism industry of the state.”
The special introductory one-way fare for Delhi-Kishangarh flight will be Rs. 2060 and for Kishangarh-Delhi will be Rs. 1980.
CM Raje congratulated SpiceJet for connecting Kishangarh to Delhi and further to the rest of India and abroad at the event. She said that Kishangarh is the latest addition to the list of airports in Rajasthan and there will be a huge demand on this route.