Two more airlines may operate on remote routes from September

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New Delhi, July 12 (IANS) The government’s ambitious air regional connectivity scheme RCS-Udan is set to get a boost with two more airlines — Air Odisha and Air Deccan — expected to start operations on remote routes.

According to a Civil Aviation Ministry official, Air Odisha and Air Deccan are expected to start their operations by September-end.

In March 2017, five airlines including Air Odisha, Air Deccan, SpicetJet, Alliance Air and TruJet were selected to operate a total of 128 routes connecting 65 destinations and 45 RCS airports under first phase of the scheme.

Currently, SpicetJet, Alliance Air and TruJet operate flights under RCS-Udan.



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