flybig ties up with IRCTC to avail offers on Air ticket bookings
We are extremely delighted to announce that flybig has entered into an agreement with IRCTC to facilitate travellers to avail the benefit of flybig Air ticket bookings on the IRCTC Air platform.
The officials informed that the partnership of IRCTC & flybig “will allow the passengers to book their travel tickets to any northeast flybig destination without any hassle through IRCTC portal, which will boost the Tourism in NE. The partnership is launched in line with “Dekho Apna Desh ” to promote NE sectors flora, fauna & culture. It also boost Azadi ka Amrit Mohtsav, promoting connectivity & economic growth of NE sector. flybig will always remain in endeavour to add more routes for facilitation of the travellers & promotion of tourism”
flybig is a new scheduled commuter airline offering air travel solutions aligned with the underlying travel needs and preferences in emerging cities of India. It is an industry partner for the government in realizing policy outcomes as per the UDAN scheme aimed at making air travel affordable and widespread, to boost inclusive national economic development, job growth, and air transport infrastructure development of all regions and states of India.
The airline began operations in January 2021 and is focused on connecting tier-2 and tier-3 cities within India. flybig is promoted by pilot turned aviation entrepreneur Captain Sanjay Mandavia. Captain Mandavia has successfully conceptualized and developed several businesses in commercial aviation, some of which have been transformational and have contributed substantially to the size and increasing capability of commercial aviation in India.
Celebrating the big occasion during these festival season, Chander Bahadur the Head of finance at flybig airlines mentioned “the Guwahati being our 2nd mainstream destination, the operations kicked off in May 2021, connecting Guwahati to Tezu, Pasighat, Rupsi, Agartala, Dibrugarh, Calcutta. Lila Bari is our new sector to be launched on 31st October”