The non-stop service between Delhi and Jabalpur will begin on March 1st, 2024, offering flights twice a week.
In a noteworthy move to enhance air connectivity in Madhya Pradesh, the Ministry of Civil Aviation has declared the reinstatement of non-stop flights from Delhi and Mumbai to Jabalpur, set to resume next month. Managed by SpiceJet, these flights are designed to offer convenient travel between the mentioned cities. This initiative is anticipated to improve accessibility and promote economic development in the area.
The non-stop service from Delhi to Jabalpur will start on March 1st, 2024, with flights operating twice a week. Likewise, flights linking Mumbai to Jabalpur will commence on March 2nd, 2024, providing additional connectivity choices for passengers.
Jyotiraditya M Scindia, the Union Minister of Civil Aviation and Steel, voiced his excitement regarding the partnership with SpiceJet, underlining its significance in enhancing connectivity to Mumbai and Delhi for Jabalpur. Scindia underscored the potential economic advantages, emphasizing that improved connectivity would not only enhance travel experiences but also boost trade, commerce, and employment prospects in Jabalpur.
The endeavor demonstrates the government’s dedication to improving regional connectivity and advocating for air travel as a viable transportation option.
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