Six more flights to operate from Mysuru

Six more flights to operate from Mysuru

Additional flights from Mysore Airport

  • Mysuru-Bengaluru
  • Mysuru-Belagavi
  • Mysuru-Goa
  • Mysuru-Kochi
  • Mysuru-Hyderabad (two flights)

New Delhi: Mysore Airport, which at present operates a lone daily flight to Chennai, will soon be linked by air to five more destinations through six flights.

In a statement issued yesterday, Mysuru-Kodagu MP Pratap Simha said the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation has given approval for six additional flights from Mysuru under the third phase of UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagarik), the Centre’s Regional Connectivity Scheme. The air fares are capped at Rs. 2,500 for an hour-long flight for 50% of seats. The remaining seats can be sold at market rates.

Mysuru-Kodagu MP Pratap Simha greeting Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayanth Sinha in New Delhi yesterday.

The new flights approved by the Centre are on Mysuru-Belagavi, Mysuru-Goa, Mysuru-Kochi, Mysuru-Bengaluru, and Mysuru-Hyderabad (two flights) sectors. This will help the city on economic as well as tourism front, he said.  Thanking PM Narendra Modi and Minister of State, Civil Aviation Jayanth Sinha, Pratap Simha said that the new flights will go a long way in promoting tourism development and industrial growth in Mysuru region. It will help new industries set shop in Mysuru as quick travel needs of people is taken care of by new flights, he opined.

January 9, 2019

9 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Six more flights to operate from Mysuru”

  1. K S Gopal says:

    New Year Gift::Many thanks to GoI for approval of air connectivity for five cities from Mysore. In this connection, I appreciate the hard work and sincere approach, co ordination skills of our MP, Sri Pratap Simha which has yelded positive results for the betterment of Mysore tourism.
    I am placing a request providing air connectivity to the hill pilgrim centre of Tirumala. Right now there is one express daily from Chamrajnagar and one weekly express to Renigunta. This is inadequate for a popular destination.. It will be very popular and I am sure co -readers will agree. Direct flight to Tirumala is preferred as one can avoid touching very busy and congested Bangalore traffic.
    Hoping our MP will look into this request favourably and seek approval from the GoI

  2. Waseem says:

    This Is Very Good News To Mysoreans And Tourism Department Members And Touristers .
    Thanks For MP Of Mysore Pratap Simha.
    And Indian Central Government .
    Thanks You.

  3. R.Pillai says:

    Yes I agree for a flight to Tirumala from Mysuru.It can happen only through dynamic M.P like Hon,ble Simhaji.There are many M.P s in our state just enjoying the prevelege and facilities as M Ps without doing any tangible results to public

  4. Shankar Gopinath says:

    Sincere thanks to Sri Pratap Simha, MP for his unending enthusiasm to improve air connectivity to Mysuru. My request would be that at least the sector between Mysuru-Kochi be linked to international air timings such that US, Europe and Middle east air travelers will have direct access to Mysuru.

  5. Amar says:

    Thank-you Mr sinha for getting the connectivity to Mysore.A flight to renigunta will be the best thing that should be done as lot of people use in the Mysore and neighborhood such as coorg

  6. swamy says:

    Even though it is interesting to see 6 more flights sanctioned, I don’t think Mysore-Belagavi has any merits. Instead it should be extended to Shirdi Pune, or better to Mumbai.

  7. A giant step forward towards expanding air traffic from and to the prime tourist destination Mysuru thanks to the untiring efforts of our MP Mr.Pratap Simha. The people of North Karnataka feel happy for the direct airlink from Mysuru to Belagavi. It is good to expect Mysuru airport which had been reduced to a sleeping beauty due to a single uneconomical stop start flight to Bengaluru to buzz with activity which is sure to have a cascading effect to give a boost to the development of industries and for the promotion of tourism potential around Mysuru.

  8. Sampath Kumar says:

    Mysore-Bangalore flights are a waste as this will have very less occupancy, this service will most likely be availed by international passengers and that is based on the timing of the flight leaving Mysuru. Instead route like Mysuru-Hublli or Mysuru-Pune or Mysuru Vijayawada or other locations should be explored or Mysuru-Bangalore should be extended to other locations to increase occupancy and utility.

  9. Prathik Kini says:

    It is a very good initiatve, Esp the Mysore – Bangalore flight. The reason being international travellers need to spend atleast four to five hours to reach Mysore after landing in Bangalore.

    @Star of mysore, there is no clear date as to when will it start ? also no information on which days flights are operational ?

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