From March 27, Air India will no longer fly the Mumbai-Nagpur Mumbai flight Al 629/630 from Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport.
The flight has been cancelled owing to the summer schedule, according to officials. Previously, after a few months of operation during the unlock time, the flight was halted.
Al 629 Mumbai-Nagpur reaches Nagpur at 8.30pm and AI 630 Nagpur-Mumbai takes off at 9.10pm for Mumbai. Sources said the flight is being stopped due to decline in passenger load. However, during summer vacations, it is expected the passenger increase. footfall will
After the end of summer schedule, the rainy season is considered as a lean season by the airlines. So, many are expecting that the flight Al 629/630 will remain discon tinued for six months.
However, the number of flights of other airlines operating from Nagpur has not decreased. Currently, flights are available from Nagpur to Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Indore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Lucknow.