New Delhi, April 14 (IANS) National passenger carrier Air India on Friday said that its subsidiary Alliance Air will increase the frequency of its Delhi-Dharamshala flight from April 15.
“On the occasion of Himachal Pradesh day on 15th April, Alliance Air the subsidiary of Air India will increase the frequency of Delhi-Dharamshala flight,” the airline said in a statement.
The airline said that it will continue to deploy ATR 72 aircraft on the same route to operate the new flight.
Currently, there is only one flight being operated between Delhi and Dharamshala.
Air India’s wholly owned subsidiary operates flights to 34 destinations with a fleet of eight ATR 72-600 (70 seater) and two ATR 42-320 (48 seater) aircraft.